The state of Hawai’i offensive player of the year offensive lineman (that’s right offensive lineman) Jeremy Perry (6-3, 295, 5.0) from Kahuku, Hawai’i visited the home state school of Hawai’i, and though Perry had good trip, he didn’t commit to the Warriors.
“It was a good meeting the (Hawai’i) coaching staff and everything,” Perry said. “I didn’t commit because I’m weighing my options.”
Hawai’i, Arizona and Oregon State are in a tough recruiting battle for Perry.
“I am going to select the school that I feel most comfortable with,” Perry said.
To give you an idea on how talented Perry is, he’s the first offensive lineman in the history of playing football in Aloha State to be named State Offensive Player of the Year.
The state of Hawai’i has a great tradition for lineman and for Perry to be the first offensive lineman in State history to offensive Player of the Year speaks volumes on his abilities as a football player.