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Kaumatule Deflects Recruiting Attention

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KANEOHE, HI - One national scouting service has Canton Kaumatule the number one player for the class of 2015. That's all well and good for the 6-foot-7, 275-pound defensive end from the Punahou School in Honolulu, but his thoughts about recruiting and scouting services are as distant as the mainland from his hometown. Right now Kaumatule's thoughts are solely focused on the Buff 'n Blu.

"There's been a lot of publicity the last few days, but I tell my friends and family, 'Don't believe the hype'," Kaumatule told at the recent PIAA Combine at Castle High School. "Everyone out here works together as a unit…the whole community. "I'm not really focusing on college recruiting right now. I'm still new to the game, I'm still learning about recruiting and we'll see what... Recommended Stories

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