Hawaii on outside looking in for three-star DB Mykal Tolliver

Three-star cornerback Mykal Tolliver named three schools standing out to him. Hawaii has some catching up to do in order to convince him to take a visit.

St. John Bosco High School in Bellflower, California, is making national headlines for their dominance on the football field this year and many colleges are trying to get a piece of the talent they have to offer in the 2016 class.

Hawaii offered a scholarship to three-star cornerback Mykal Tolliver, but Tolliver’s recent interview with Scout’s Greg Biggins revealed the three schools that are standing out - Hawaii was one of six schools left off, all from the Mountain West.

For now, Fresno State, Northwestern and Purdue are the leaders for Tolliver.

"The three schools I know I want to visit are Northwestern, Washington State and Fresno State," Tolliver told Biggins. "I haven't set any dates with anyone yet but I know I want to check out those three and hopefully I can lock in some dates pretty soon."

Hawaii Defensive Backs Coach Abe Elimimian has made his presence known in Southern California as a recruiter. St. John Bosco has already had defensive backs commit to Cal and Notre Dame. The Rainbow Warriors could look at a fourth defensive back at the school, Bryce Turner. Turner is ranked as a three-star recruit, but it yet to be offered.

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