Mililani alum Wynden Ho’ohuli, a former Nebraska linebacker, is the first recruit in the Timmy Chang era at the University of Hawaii. On Thursday, Wynden Ho’ohuli announced his commitment to the Rainbow Warriors via his personal Instagram account.
Ho’ohuli will be eligible for four years as a Rainbow Warriors player. He redshirted in 2021 for the Cornhuskers.
After earning a four star rating, as a high school prospect, from 247Sports and ESPN Recruiting as well as Rivals.com He was ranked number one in Hawaii. Ho’ohuli, a high school All-American, originally selected the Huskers over 11 other Power Five school offers.
Wynden Ho’ohuli, is a consensus top-ranked prospect from Hawaii. He is the first consensus top-ranked prospect to sign with the Rainbow Warriors since Kaniela Tipulotu in 2007.
Tipulotu was a 2007 Kahuku alum and signed with Arizona after high school. However, he later transferred to play for the Rainbow Warriors to complete his college career.
Ho’ohuli’s dad, Watson Ho’ohuli (linebacker), played for Hawaii between 2000 and 2004, he was a teammate with Timmy Chang.