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2016 Hawaii Football Recruiting: Hawaii signs two-way lineman, Netane Muti

After many injury plagued seasons, Hawaii gets an important commitment from Netane Muti to bolster their efforts in the trenches.

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The Rainbow Warriors inked a critical piece to their 2016 campaign. Netane Muti, who comes out of Leilehua High School, will give Hawaii flexibility on the line. In high school, he played at the tackle and guard positions on offense; as well as nose guard and defensive end on defense.

The 'Bows have recruited him to play on defense, as that is where is strength lies. Muti gained honors from ScoringLive and American Family Insurance on their all-state second team. He also earned first-team all-Oahu Interscholastic Association (OIA) red honors on defense and second-team honors on offense.

Muti did not play football until his sophomore year in high school, which leaves a lot untapped potential as he refines his skill set.

Throughout the recruiting process, he has been rated as a two-star recruit by Scout.

His position: DL/OL

His measurables: All his measurements are from his Nike SPARQ combine results.

Height 6 feet 3 inches
Weight 263 pounds
40-yard Dash 5.63 seconds
20-yard Shuttle 5.12 seconds
Vertical 24.6 inches
Power Throw 33 feet
SPARQ 54.81

His tape: You can see his highlight package from his Hudl profile.

Stay tuned for more recruiting news and analysis for Hawaii Football's 2016 recruiting class.