Coach Chow releases first UH football depth chart

Published On: May 01 2012 05:29:00 PM HST

University of Hawaii football head coach Norm Chow released his first depth chart on Tuesday.

Spring training for the Warriors ended Friday with the annual "Warrior Bowl" at the T.C. Ching Complex on the Manoa campus.

2012 University of Hawaii Post-Spring Depth Chart


Left Tackle

  1. Blake Muir (6-5, 290, Fr.)
  2. Frank Loyd, Jr. (6-3, 300, So.)

Left Guard

  1. Ben Dew (6-3, 305, Fr.)
  2. Hunter Hallowed (6-1, 275, Jr.)


  1. Ben Clarke (6-3, 275, Fr.)
  2. Kody Afusia (6-2, 305, So.)

Right Guard

  1. David Lefotu (6-3, 305, So.)
  2. Chauncy Winchester-Makainai (6-4, 325, Jr.)

Right Tackle

  1. Jordan Loeffler (6-5, 315, So.)
  2. Sean Shigematsu (6-4, 305, Fr.)

Tight End

  1. Craig Cofer (6-5, 250, Jr.)
  2. Darius Bright (6-4, 230, Sr.)

Wide Receiver

  1. Billy Ray Stutzmann (6-0, 175, Jr.)
  2. Trevor Davis (6-1, 300, Sr.)
  3. Allen Sampson (5-7, 145, Jr.)

Wide Receiver

  1. Scott Harding (5-11, 195, So.)
  2. Chris Gant (6-0, 180, Jr.)
  3. Justin Clapp (6-2, 195, Jr.)


  1. David Graves (6-0, 195, Jr.) -OR- Jeremy Higgins (6-1, 200, So.)
  2. Ikaika Woolsey (6-1, 215, Fr.)

Running Back

  1. Joey Iosefa (6-0, 240, So.) -OR- Will Gregory (6-0, 190, Fr.)
  2. John Lister (6-0, 210, So.)
  3. Sterling Jackson (6-0, 220, Sr.)


  1. Justin Vele (6-0, 240, Fr.) - OR- Jeremiah Ostrowski (5-9, 175, Sr.) -OR- Clark Evans (6-4, 245, Jr.)


Defensive End

  1. Paipai Falemalu (6-3, 245, Sr.)
  2. Marcus Malepeai (6-1, 260, So.)

Defensive Tackle

  1. Geordon Hanohano (6-1, 300, Sr.)
  2. Haku Correa (6-2, 305, Sr.)

Nose Tackle

  1. Moses Samia (6-1, 295, So.)
  2. Siasau Matagiese (6-2, 285, Jr.)

Defensive End

  1. Beau Yap (6-1, 260, So.)
  2. Tavita Woodard (6-1, 250, Jr.)


  1. George Daily-Lyles (5-11, 230, Jr.)
  2. Kamalani Alo (6-2, 215, Jr.)

Middle Linebacker

  1. TJ TAimatuia (6-3, 235, So.)
  2. Brenden Daley (6-3, 255, Jr.)


  1. Art Laurel (6-0, 235, Jr.)
  2. Darryl McBride, Jr. (6-2, 200, Sr.)


  1. John Hardy-Tuliau (5-11, 165, Jr.)
  2. Kawika Ornellas (5-9, 175, Sr.)

Strong Safety

  1. Bubba Poueu-Luna (5-11, 175, So.)
  2. Charles Clay (5-11, 190, Jr.)

Free Safety

  1. Mike Sellers (5-11, 175, So.)
  2. Leroy Lutu (6-2, 210, Sr.)


  1. Mike Edwards (5-10, 180, Jr.)
  2. Dee Maggitt (5-8, 170, So.)


Placekicker - Tyler Haden (5-11, 180, So.)

Punter - Alex Dunnachie (6-4, 220, Sr.)

Long Snapper - Luke Ingram (6-6, 235, Sr.)

Punt Returner

  1. Scott Harding (5-11, 195, So.)
  2. Samson Anguay (5-7, 160, Fr.)

Kickoff Returner

  1. Mike Edwards (5-10, 180, Jr.)
  2. Chris Gant (6-0, 180, Jr.)

The Warriors season starts on Sept. 1 on the road against USC.  The first home game will be on Sept. 15 against Lamar.


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