But which field will he be on when he graduates next year? So far VJ isn't telling.
However, the Farrington High School senior did say he won't make a final decision until signing day, and just like his friend Manti Teo did, Fehoko is narrowing his choices down five.
But unlike Manti, VJ says the University of Hawaii will definitely make the cut.
"Growing up in the Islands you always dream of playing for Hawaii it doesn't matter how much offers you have and Coach Mack does a great job of recruiting our local players and they're not going to let me go easily," said VJ.
"I'm crossing my fingers that VJ stays home and continue to cook and play the drums and do all that, Go Warriors," said Vili, VJ's father, and mascot for the Warrior program.
Fehoko says he will put out his top five schools in the near future.
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