Titus Mokiao-Atimalala, a former receiver from Central Florida, announced Tuesday that he will enroll at UCLA for this season.
Mokiao Atimalala, a Campbell High alumnus, play in 12 games for the Knights as a true freshman.
Mokiao Atimalala caught 10 passes for 91 yards and a touchdown. He returned three kickoffs, averaged 7.9 yards per punt return and also returned three kickoffs.
Mokiao Atimalala, who is 6 feet 1 and 175 lbs, finished 85 yards short of becoming the fourth high-school player in Hawaii to exceed 3,000 career receiving yards.
He would have probably broken the state’s record for career receiving yards if he had played the entire senior season.
At UCLA he will be joining 2 former Punahou grads. Sitiveni Hvili-Kaufusi and Duke Clemens.
Mokiao Atimalala also joins receiver Matt Sykes from St. Louis and former University of Hawaii linebacker Darius Muasau who played at Mililani.