The word on the street is linebacker V.J. Fehoko (6-0, 220) from Honolulu (Hawai'i) Farrington will be one of the most sought after players out of the class of 2010 from the Aloha State.
Fehoko already has offers on the table from Texas Tech and Hawai'i, but there could be a lot more that he doesn't know about because his coach wants him to concentrate on his junior season.
"I got an offer from Hawai'i this week," Fehoko said. "I have a lot of offers but my coach hasn't really said anything to me because he doesn't want me to get distracted."
"I really don't have a favorite school," Fehoko said. "I have a lot of East Coast schools like, Auburn, Clemson and schools like that showing interest."
"I think the fact that they are contacting me, that's pretty cool. I am not too worried about staying close to home. Whatever school I like the most, that's where I will go there.
"I am going to some camps next summer," Fehoko said. "I am going to try and go to the Texas camp, but that is probably as far as I am going to go. So my plan is to go to a camp that has a lot of coaches at it so I can get noticed more."
"I really don't have a favorite. I am just keeping my options open."
It looks like Farrington high school games will D-I coaches destination.
"Hawai'i came to one of my games," Fehoko said." A lot of schools say they plan on coming on their bye week.
"UCLA said they would come if they had time," Fehoko said. "Colorado, Stanford, UNLV and most of the west coast schools said they were going to try to make it."
It's a good thing that colleges are checking Fehoko out because he has had a good season thus far.
"I have been playing well this season," Fehoko said. "Last game I had nine tackles, two sacks, and a fumble recovery. I also had a three sack game.
"I am really looking forward playing Kahuku High, it's a big time program," Fehoko said. "It's a big conference game. It's probably going to decide our conference title."
"We lost to them last year by like two touchdowns," Fehoko said. "If we win this game it would be a great feeling. We are ranked 5th in the state and we haven't beat them in six years. We will get a seed in the state championship automatically if we win."