Former McKinley student Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson headlines the 2024 Polynesian Football Hall of Fame class.
Johnson went on to become a national champion as a defensive lineman with at the University of Miami in 1991. He is now the co-owner of the XFL.
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Joining Johnson in the class is former Michigan State and NFL defensive lineman Domata Peko, along with Reno Mahe, a former BYU receiver and running back who played in the NFL and is a founding board member of the Polynesian Football Hall of Fame.
The Class of 2024 will be honored during the Polynesian Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Weekend on Jan. 19-20. The events will include the Polynesian Bowl, the enshrinement ceremony and the celebration dinner.
The 2024 Polynesian Bowl will take place Friday, Jan. 19 at Kunuiakea Stadium on the Kamehameha Schools campus. It will be televised live on NFL Network.