Wednesday’s National Signing Day marked the start of the final signing period for the state’s top high school football seniors.
Among the prospects that signed were a trio of local stars, with all three signing with mainland schools.
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Saint Louis quarterback and former Hawaii commit AJ Bianco signed with Nevada after flipping his commitment in favor of the Wolf Pack on Jan. 19.
Kailua standout defensive end Blazen Lono-Wong signed with Arizona State, choosing the Sun Devils over a Hawaii offer.
Lastly, Kapa’a standout offensive lineman Kawika Rogers signed with Oregon after offers from Arizona State, Fresno State and Hawaii.
Other high school athletes signing their National Letter of Intent:
Shaine Fujii Pearl City High School Bowling Midland University
Taven Hathaway Moanalua High School Baseball Oklahoma Christian University
Dacen Keahi Hisashima Kamehameha Schools Hawai’i Baseball Skagit Valley College
Lainey Honma Pearl City High School Softball & Soccer Lewis & Clark College
Rylie Kihara Hawaii Baptist Academy Softball Pacific University (Oregon)
Raine Komata Mililani High School Soccer Air Force Academy
Makanalei Lapera Punahou School Softball Adams State University
Gabriel McTee Hawaii Baptist Academy Basketball University of Hawaii
Danie Nishiyama Punahou School Soccer Wheaton College
Kaitlyn Sato Punahou School Volleyball New York University
Kamryn Shigemoto Mililani High School Soccer Sonoma State University
Blaze Sumiye Moanalua High School Wrestling University of Providence
Seth Uson Mililani High School Soccer Cal Poly Humboldt
Jeslyn-Brooke Vallesteros Moanalua High School Soccer D’Youville College
Lia Yamamoto Hawaii Baptist Academy Women’s Volleyball Whitman College
Megan Yanagi Punahou School Soccer & Softball Lewis & Clark College
Max Scott Mililani High School Soccer California Lutheran University
‘Imiloa Koka Saint Louis Schools baseball Pacific University (Oregon) Ryson Wa’alani Saint Louis Schools baseball Corban University