Official Visit Report: Hauoli Jamora In Boise

Kahuku HS DE Hauoli Jamora (Kahuku, HI) took an official visit to Boise State on December 18th and the Broncos appear to be right in the mix. The outstanding DE decommitted from BYU a couple months ago and he's looking at a few potential schools right now. He spoke to BroncoCountry.com about his visit to Boise State and his senior season.

Kahuku HS DE Hauoli Jamora (Kahuku, HI) took an official visit to Boise State on December 18th and the Broncos appear to be right in the mix. Jamora put together an unbelievable senior season as he racked up a ton of sacks and received First Team All-State honors. "I had over 20 sacks," he said. "I was First Team All-State and Defensive Player of the Year," he added.

All of the upgrades at Bronco Stadium caught Jamora's attention. "The blue field was crazy," he stated. "I was tripping out. The stadium renovations were awesome. I haven't seen anything like that ever."

One of the highlights of the visit was a trip to (Head Coach) Chris Petersen's home for dinner. "We went and ate dinner at Coach Petersen's house," Jamora said. "He's real straightforward and cool. He has a real nice house so I felt special."

Jamora (6'2, 230) is currently being recruited by Defensive Coordinator Justin Wilcox. "Coach Wilcox is recruiting me. He's a real straight up guy. He doesn't try to sweet talk or sell anything. I like that."

The up-tempo practices held at Boise State have been one of the key components to the program reaching the level it has over the past few years. Jamora liked the involvement of the Bronco coaches throughout the practice. "The practice had a quick tempo with all of the coaches together," he said. "I liked the style of coaching there and everyone ran from drill to drill. There was no laziness," he added.

Last season, Jamora and his teammates at Kahuku went 13-1 with their only loss being in the state championship game. "We were #2 and our only loss was in the finals," he stated. "All of our guys worked hard in the offseason. We expected to be that good because we worked for it."

The Boise State program has been built on hard work and discipline. Hauoli believes he fits right in with that concept. "I'm a hard worker," he said. "I'm good at coming off the edge and with the pass rush. I'm a pretty sure tackler too."

BroncoCountry.com will continue to have updates on Hauoli Jamora.

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