Houston Kaahaaina-Torres

  • Pos IOL
  • Height 6-3
  • Weight 265

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  • High School St. Louis
  • City Honolulu, HI
  • Class 2025

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Evaluated 02/20/2024

Greg Biggins
Greg Biggins National Recruiting Analyst


Power 4 Starter

Has impressed at multiple in-person workouts including most recently an Alpha Dog showing in January at Warriors for Youth Camp. Worked out at guard and tackle but a lot of schools like as a center. Strong kid with really good feet and balance. Excellent lateral mobility, light on his feet and can slide and mirror and does a really good staying in front of opposing edge rushers. Strong frame, with no bad weight and had a dominant showing at Under Armour Next Camp last July where he earned an invite to the UA game. Looks about 6-3, 270 pounds and carries his weight really well. Equally adept as a run and pass blocker and strong at the point of attack. Manhandles opposing linemen in the run game and has no issues getting to the second level. High compete level, great off-field work ethic and smart kid on and off the field with the academic profile to go anywhere he wants. Love the positional versatility but center could be his meal ticket long term and he has all the tools to be an early impact player at the next level.

H.S. Athletic Background

Also competes in wrestling. Can play anywhere along the offensive line and earned all-state honors after his junior season. Plays tackle but likely moves inside and plays guard in college. Older sister Saige Ka'aha'aina-Torres was an All-American setter at Utah before transferring to Texas and earned All-American honors and helped lead the Longhorns to the '22 National Championship in volleyball.

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