The Rainbow Warriors sign another American Samoa native with Jeremiah Pritchard. The outside linebacker is rated as a three-star recruit by Rivals, Scout and 247Sports.
Pritchard first moved from American Samoa to Hawaii and played football for the Farrington Governors as a junior. While attending Farrington High School, he helped them finish 3rd in the OIA.
He then moved to Nevada where he continued his football career at Silverado High School in Paradise, Nevada. It was here where he began to blossom, earning second-team all-Northeast League honors; as well as being named second-team all-state by NevadaPreps.
After the SHS football season was done Pritchard was invited to play in two All-Star games- The Blue-Grey All-American Bowl and the West Charleston Lions Club All-Star Football Game. He was named the defensive MVP at the Lions Club Charity game for getting a sack and forcing a fumble that led to a defensive touchdown.
His position: OLB
His measurables: All his measurements are from his Nike SPARQ combine results.
|40-yard Dash||4.90 seconds|
|20-yard Shuttle||4.2 seconds|
|Power Throw||36 feet|
In his years before UH: In his senior year at Silverado High School, Pritchard tallied 67 tackles and made 4 interceptions.
While in Hawaii at Farrington High School, he totaled 48 tackles and 4 sacks in 9 games.
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.