After falling just short of a state title this past Fall, Kahuku starting quarterback Sol-Jay Maiava announced on Twitter late last night that he will transfer high schools and play for St. John’s College High School in Washington D.C.
Maiava, a sophomore, holds scholarship offers from Fresno State, Hawaii, Michigan, Oregon, Utah and Virginia.
I WILL NEVER FORGET MY ROOTS???????? Thankful????for the past excited for the future?? pic.twitter.com/SgWO6XRSRR— Sol-Jay Maiava ™ (@Jay_4QB) April 3, 2018
The signal-caller won two-consecutive OIA titles for the Red Raiders under two different head coaches and rached the Open Division state final twice.
In 23 high school games, Maiava threw for 2,380 yards and 23 touchdowns and rushed for 675 yards and nine TDs. He notably earned a scholarship offer from the University of Michigan when he was in the 8th grade.
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