Kapaa High’s Eli Unutoa signs letter of intent to BYU

  • Nick Celario / The Garden Island

    Kapaa High School senior Eli Unutoa, right, is congratulated by Kapaa High School vice principal Tommy John Cox after signing his letter of intent to Brigham Young University on Wednesday at the Kapaa High School library.

  • Nick Celario / The Garden Island

    Morris Unutoa Sr. sets up decorations before his son, Kapaa High School senior Eli Unutoa, signs his letter of intent to Brigham Young University on Wednesday at the Kapaa High School library.

  • Nick Celario / The Garden Island

    Kapaa High School senior Eli Unutoa, center, and parents Morris Unutoa Sr., right, and Keala Unutoa stops for a photo after after signing his letter of intent to Brigham Young University on Wednesday at the Kapaa High School library. Morris Unutoa Sr. previously played football at BYU.

  • Nick Celario / The Garden Island

    University of Utah redshirt freshman offensive tackle and Kapaa High School alumnus Morris Unutoa Jr. FaceTimes with Erianne Shiroma while his brother Kapaa High School senior Eli Unutoa, left, signs his letter of intent to Brigham Young University on Friday at the Kapaa High School library.

  • Nick Celario / The Garden Island

    Kapaa High School senior Eli Unutoa, left, embraces his father Morris Unutoa Sr. after signing his letter of intent to Brigham Young University on Wednesday at the Kapaa High School library. Morris Unutoa Sr. previously played football at BYU. To the far left is Unutoa’s mother Keala Unutoa.

  • Nick Celario / The Garden Island

    Kapaa High School senior Eli Unutoa stops for a photo after signing his letter of intent to Brigham Young University on Wednesday at the Kapaa High School library.

  • Nick Celario / The Garden Island

    Kapaa High School senior Eli Unutoa pauses before signing his letter of intent to Brigham Young University on Wednesday at the Kapaa High School library.

KAPAA — Another Unutoa is going to play Division I college football.

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