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Finalists Announced

The Polynesian Football Hall of Fame announced today the 10 finalists that will be on the ballot for induction into the Polynesian Football Hall of Fame Class of 2021.

The 10 finalists are:

  • Tony Banks (QB) Michigan State; Pro: NFL (STL, BAL, DAL, WAS, HOU) 10 years, Samoan ancestry
  • Malcom Floyd (WR) Wyoming; Pro (SAN) 10 years, Samoan ancestry
  • Tommy Kaulukukui (Coach) Hawai‘i; 6 years, Hawaiian ancestry
  • Chris Kemoeatu (G) Utah; Pro (PIT) 7 years, Tongan ancestry
  • Vince Manuwai (G) Hawai‘i; Pro NFL (JAC, ATL) 9 years, Hawaiian ancestry
  • Rey Maualuga (LB) USC; Pro NFL (CIN, MIA) 9 years, Samoan ancestry
  • Harry Montague-Field (OL) Hawai‘i, Oregon State; Pro NFL (CHI) AFL (LA) 4 years, Hawaiian ancestry
  • Alapati “Al” Noga (DL) Hawai‘i; Pro: NFL (MIN, WAS, IND) 7 years, Samoan ancestry
  • Falaniko “Niko” Noga (LB) Hawai‘i; Pro: NFL (AZ, DET) 8 years, Samoan ancestry
  • Charlie Wedemeyer Former Head Football Coach, Los Gatos High School (CA), Hawaiian ancestry

“On behalf of our Board of Directors, we congratulate the Polynesian Football Hall of Fame Class of 2021 Finalists,” said Jesse Sapolu, Chairman and Co-Founder in a press release. “Each Finalist had an outstanding football career and are certainly worthy of induction into the Polynesian Football Hall of Fame.”

Three inductees will be announced on November 18, 2020.

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