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New Warriors

The University of Hawaii football team shored up its wide receiver and defensive back positions today, signing three WRs and three DBs to National Letters of Intent.

Perhaps the surprise of the day was landing speedy slot receiver Quinshone Bright, who originally committed to Texas Tech. Bright, who played for Cedar Hill High School in Texas, also received interest from Power 5 schools such as Baylor, Oklahoma State, Purdue, Utah, Arkansas, Nebraska and Colorado. The 3-star recruit is said to have 4.3 speed.

The lone lineman to sign with UH today is Mililani standout Sergio Muasau. The 6-1, 315-lb. guard will be joining his older brother, Darius, who contributed 61 total tackles and 2 fumble recoveries this past season as a freshman linebacker.

Here’s a list of the seven players who today signed on the dotted line to become Rainbow Warriors:

Cameron Lockridge DB So. 6-0 175 Tampa, FL/Reedley (Calif.) College
Zion Bowens WR Jr. 6-1 200 Long Beach, CA/L.B. City College
Logan Taylor DB Jr. 6-1 200 Harbor City, CA/El Camino College
Jalen Perdue DB Jr. 5-10 170 Lancaster, CA/Antelope Valley Coll.
Quinshone Bright WR Fr. 5-9 170 Cedar Hill, TX/Cedar Hill H.S.
Riley Wilson WR Fr. 6-1 180 Prosper, TX/Prestonwood Christian
Sergio Muasau OL Fr. 6-0 315 Ewa Beach, HI/Mililani H.S.


Here is a refresher of those who signed during the early signing period in December:

Ezra Evaimalo DL Fr. 6-1 225 Honolulu, HI/Kamehameha
Kilohana Haasanritter WR Fr. 5-10 170 Hilo, HI/Hilo HS
Dae Dae Hunter RB Fr. 5-10 200 Chandler, AZ/Chandler HS
Tamatoa Mokiau-Atimalala WR Fr. 5-10 170 Ewa Beach, HI/Campbell HS
Sterlin Ortiz DB Jr. 5-11 185 Oklahoma City, OK/ Northeastern Oklahoma A&M
Matt Shipley K Fr. 6-1 170 Liberty Hill, TX/Liberty Hill HS
Kemon Smith DL Jr. 6-2 280 New Orleans, LA/Blinn College
Micah Soliai-Howlett OL Fr. 6-4 295 Kahuku, HI/Kahuku HS
Maurice Ta‘ala DL Fr. 6-1 305 Aua, A.Samoa/Faga‘itua HS
Calvin Turner, Jr. WR Sr. 6-1 195 Savannah, GA/Jacksonville U