Earlier this afternoon, new Hawai’i head football coach Timmy Chang held a press conference to comment on the team’s seven new signees, including five transfers and two high school standouts. Chang also mentions his staff and how they will play a key role in the success of the program.
Here are the seven newly-signed Rainbow Warriors:
DEMARII BLANKS, a 6’0”, 230 lb. LB who earned Junior College All-America honors last season at College of San Mateo.
DEAN BRISKI, a 6’5”, 250-lb. DL out of Samoans HS in Pago Pago, American Samoa.
CAMMON COOPER, a 6’5,”, 215-lb. QB who transferred from Washington State.
WYNDEN HO‘OHULI, a 6’3”, 220-lb. LB. The former Mililani standout was rated the top high school player in Hawaii in 2021. He is transferring from Nebraska.
GREYSON MORGAN, a 6’3”, 225-lb. TE out of Trinity Valley CC in Texas.
JORDAN MURRAY, a 6’4”, 233-lb. TE transferring from Missouri State.
MALAKI TE‘O, a 6’1”, 225-lb. LB from Laie who played at national prep power Mater DEI HS.