OT Frank Loyd Jr. Commits to the Warriors!

About his commit to UH, Moanalua OL Frank Loyd Jr. said:
“I’ve always wanted to be a Warrior. I was born and raised here. I watched a lot of their football games. It was exciting to be in the stands. It’s going to be wonderful to be on the field.” (HA)

HA Note: “Loyd is 6 feet 3 and 260 pounds. He plays left tackle for the Menehune.”

Praising Loyd, Moanalua head coach Arnold Martinez said:
“He makes sure we’re good people first, and athletes second.” (HA)

HA Note: “Loyd also said he received key instruction from Menehune line coach Kaleo Schreiner and Brian Derby, a former UH center who runs a camp for offensive linemen.”

Loyd said that Wayne Hunter, a former UH lineman who now plays with the Jets:
“was my role model. He used to live in our building. We used to go to his apartment. He would give us pep talks.” (HA)

HA Note: “Loyd, who has a cumulative grade-point average of 3.8, hopes to study business administration or engineering at UH. He also is an accomplished cook and baker.”

About what he likes to cook, Loyd said:
“I like to barbecue ribs and steaks. My father has his own little sauce.” (HA)

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