With all 2018 spring practices and spring game in the books, below are five conclusions I took away.
With one more week left of official spring practices, most of the first-team spots remain up in the air. Yet, a few are making the push to start.
Barely two weeks into spring ball, and the Warriors are even more shorthanded.
After a week off, there is a lot to talk about this week. From medical retirements to the start of spring practice, let’s get to it!
Since it has been a fairly slow news week for Hawaii football (common at this time of year), today I look back at my 2016 visit to Michigan Stadium, when UH played Michigan at The Big House on September 3.
Yes, 2018 recruits were just announced three weeks ago, spring ball hasn’t even started yet (late March), and there are several holes to fill on both sides of the ball. But I’ll take a shot at what the projected depth chart will look like for 2018.
Since the midway point of last season, several changes have impacted the Warrior football team, from the coaches and players, to the return of an old (fun) offensive scheme.
Yesterday, the Warriors completed their 2018 recruiting class, signing 10 players to add to the 17 signed during the early December signing period. 25 signed Letters of Intent, while two signed scholarship agreements and will join the team next year.
Recruiting classes generally look good on paper at the time they sign that LOI, but it usually takes a couple of years before we see how good the class really is. In some future blog posts, I will do just that: look back at some previous Warrior football signing classes. Continue reading “2018 Recruiting Class”
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