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2016 Hawaii Football Recruiting: Hawaii adds another local boy with Josh Hauanio

Hauianio will reunite with a former coach in Chris Naeole at UH to help fortify the offensive line.

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The 'Bows add a local offensive lineman, Josh Hauanio, from Iolani School. The third-team all-state interior lineman bought into the 'Defend Pride Rock' trend and committed to Hawaii.

He also had offers to play for Army, Western New Mexico and Northern Arizona.

However, Hauanio saw himself as a part of the Rainbow Warrior program and when you combined that with his previous connection with coach Chris Naeole it was enough to keep him locked in.

He helped the Iolani Raiders to their 2014 Hawaii High School Athletic Association (HHSAA) state championship; as well as their back to back Interscholastic League of Honolulu (ILH) titles.

Outside of football Hauanio also threw the shot put for the Raider track and field team.

His position: OL

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

Height 6 feet 4 inches
Weight 306 pounds
40-yard Dash 5.85 seconds
20-yard Shuttle 5.09 seconds
Vertical 17.9 inches
Power Throw 34.5 feet
SPARQ 54.78

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.