Wisconsin Football Adds 10th Commitment to Class of 2023 in Hawaii Athlete | University

Another Hawaiian native will be making his way to Madison to play for the Badgers football team.

Class of 2023 recruit Trech Kekahuna announced his commitment to the University of Wisconsin with a social media post on Sunday.

Kekahuna paid an official visit to UW this weekend. He attended a UW camp earlier this month and tweeted that he received an offer on June 6th. He also announced previous offers from Boise State, Hawaii and Nevada.

247Sports names Kekahuna as a three-star contender. He previously played for the Saint Louis School in Honolulu, Hawaii, a program that also developed current Badgers outside linebacker Nick Herbig and safety Kamo’i Latu.

Kekahuna – who is listed at 5-foot-11 and 180 pounds – told the State Journal earlier this month that he will be playing his senior season at Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas. UW wide receivers coach Alvis Whitted believes he could be used as a wide receiver, running back and on special teams in returning kickoffs and punts, according to the recruit. Kekahuna’s Twitter bio describes himself as a wide receiver.

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Whitted and outside linebackers coach Bobby April III were listed on 247Sports and Rivals as Kekahuna’s primary recruiters.

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