One thing that you can count on from the Aloha State are talented offensive linemen. The state of Hawai'i has been supplying linemen to the mainland for decades and once again there is a talented big who is being heavily recruited by mainland colleges and there is a very good chance that three-star Stanley Hasiak (6-6, 320) from Kapolei, Hawai'i play his college football on the mainland.
Earlier in the spring, Hasiak opened up some eyes with a quality performance at the NIKE Combine in Honolulu. He was timed in the 40 at 5.4 electronically. He also recorded a vertical leap of 30-inches, and ran an impressive for a big guy 4.7-shuttle time.
Like many football players from the Islands, Hasiak has natural strength and he's only going to get stronger once he gets into a D-I strength and conditioning program. He recently benched 185 pounds 32 times.
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Hasiak is doing what motivated football players do in the off-season and that is keeping in shape to get himself ready for his senior season.
"Everything is going pretty good," Hasiak said. "I'm just getting ready for the season to start. I'm doing summer practices and stuff. It's pretty good."
Soon however, Hasiak will be in the Golden State and will visit three campuses while he's there.
"On Monday I leave for California," Hasiak said." On the 24th I'll be doing the last day of UCLAs camp and while I'm there I'm going to do an unofficial.
"Then on the 25th and 26th is USCs rising stars camp and I'll be there," Hasiak said. "If I have time I'll do an unofficial over there. Then on 27th I'll be going to San Francisco to visit Cal."
At the moment Hasiak has offers from Arizona, Cal, Oregon, Oregon State, Washington, UCLA, Michigan State, SMU and San Diego State.
SMU is an interesting offer because former Hawai'i coach June Jones now coaching there so he knows all about the abilities of Hasiak.
Does Hasiak have a favorite?
"I didn't want to say anything earlier," Hasiak said. "Right now I feel like just a little bit more than the other teams that I'm leaning towards UCLA."