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Kamehameha’s Nazaiah Caravallo Chooses To Stay In Islands, Commits To UH



Nazaiah Caravallo will be a University of Hawaii Warrior.

For UH coach Timmy Chang, that’s a really good thing.

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This is what Chang tweeted Saturday night:

Chang didn’t spell it out, but he was referring to Caravallo, a Kamehameha senior-to-be. On Sunday, Caravallo tweeted this:

The 6-foot-3, 215-pound edge rusher originally committed to and then de-committed from Arizona.

In “Local 3-Star Edge Nazaiah Caravallo Breaks Down Hawaii Commitment,” on, Caravallo talked to reporter Jackson Moore about what he brings to the table:

“I feel like one of my strengths is definitely my speed. Being able to get off the ball and beat tackles to the edge. Having a whole artillery of moves in my tool-belt. Just constantly trying to keep them on their heels and keep them guessing. I feel like I’m a smart player too. I’m able to read blocks and able to catch dudes and know what they are doing before they do it.”

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