Hawaiian OL will have visitors

One of the best players on the Hawaiian Islands this season was three-star offensive lineman Kainoa LaCount (6-6, 305, 5.2) from Kailua, Hawaii. LaCount will have visitors in his home in the very near future.
“Kainoa had a good season,” Kailua coach Gary Rosolowich said. “He was hurt and missed three games. On another game Kainoa was cleared to play the day before the game and he didn’t get any work in so he didn’t get a chance to play much.”
“Kainoa basically missed half the season,” Rosolowich said. “Though he played banged up most of the season, Kainoa played good enough to be selected to the state All-Star game.”
“I know he has several offers,” Rosolowich said. “But I’m not sure from whom.”
“I do know that coaches from Oregon, Oregon State and Michigan State will be visiting with Kainoa,” Rosolowich said. “Michigan State will be over here playing Hawai’i and they called to say they wanted to see Kainoa while they were here.”
Oregon, Oregon State, Colorado and Hawai'i have offered.