Hawaii stars make pick

There's something in the water at Kahuku (Hawaii) High School. After producing a solid season on the field, the school has six players that have now made oral commitments to Division I programs, including the latest to pick a Pac 10 program – safety Suaesi Tuimaunei.
Tuimaunei, who is 6-foot-1 and 185 pounds, said he has committed to Oregon State, picking the Beavers over offers from New Mexico State and San Jose State.
"They were No. 1 on my list for quite some time," Tuimaunei said. "The school is nice and the people are good, too. I felt like I could fit in there."
Joining Tuimaunei on a commitment list is running back Malosi Te'o and linebacker Micah Wily.
Te'o, an all-state pick, committed to UNLV. Wily, a 6-foot, 226-pounder is heading to San Jose State.
Fans are still waiting on word from Kahuku twins Kevin Unga and Devin Unga and Kaulin Krebs still has a shot to sign with a Division I program.