University of Hawaii football head coach Todd Graham recently joined Bobby Curran to recap the team’s Spring Practice.
Graham said that spring training this year was successful. He said that after twelve weeks of training, the team is really coming together and finding their identity.
“This spring, we really developed fundamentally, we made some great strides. They want to be there and compete with great strength. I couldn’t be more pleased with where they are at.”
Graham also explained more about the team’s new players and their improvements. He said that everyone improved over the course of the training.
“A lot of players found their niches, like James Phillips. He was initially a WR, and now we have him playing a hybrid position with RB. We found that skill set for him, and the team overall grew a lot from that.”
For the full interview, listen below:
Summary by Lucas Horsman.