Former state-of-state lawyer Michael Eletise who transfers from Arizona to Hawaii



  • CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / 2015

    Recently, Michael Eletise, who played in the last 12 games for Arizona last year, joined the NCAA transfer portal, a notifying list for schools about the availability of players.

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Michael Eletise, an all-State aggressive post-State from Kaiser High and a 4-star prospect, translating from Arizona to Hawaii University football team.

"I'm very motivated," said Eletise, who had decided to partially decide on "some family things to take care of. And my grandparents are getting older. It's easier for them to play fun for me if I was in Hawaii. I talked to my parents, and they were right with him. "

Recently, the last 12 matches for the last season's Wildcats came to Eletise, onto the NCAA transfer portal, a notifying list for schools about the availability of players.

It is 6 feet 3 and 315 pounds of Eletise.

"I'm just an O-line coming back home to play in front of the crowd at home," said Eletise.

As a senior Kaiser in 2016, Eletise was named as ESPN's best offensive capture. Eletise was also selected to the first All-State Honolulu Star-Advertiser team.

Eletise will complement the spring semester at Arizona, and sign up at UH this summer.

It will explore the possibility of applying for a special exemption that will allow him to play in 2019. Normally, transfers between Section I programs must be redesigned before playing in games at their next school.

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