University of Hawaii head football coach Norm Chow announced the Warrior's 2013 signing class Wednesday at a press conference at the Stan Sheriff Center.
Chow and his coaching staff secured commitments from 21 high school and junior college prospects.
Among the recruiting class are 18 prep standouts and three junior college transfers.
The class features seven players from Hawaii, five from California, four from Utah, two from Florida, and one each from Louisiana, New Jersey and American Samoa.
The position breakdown is four linebackers, four wide receivers, four defensive linemen, three defensive backs, two offensive linemen, two running backs, and two quarterbacks.
Not included in this list are five mid-year transfers, who signed in December.
"We felt we met some of our needs with this recruiting class and we're extremely pleased with the local recruits who signed with us," Chow said. "We were able to secure the state's top offensive and defensive linemen according to our evaluations. We looked to improve our wide receiver corps and linebackers, but really we were out to get the best athletes. Linemen will always be one of our top priorities each year and we felt we did a really good job with that."
Of the Mountain West schools, UH signed two of the three listed in the ESPN 300 top national recruits - quarterback Aaron Zwahlen (No. 155) and defensive lineman Kennedy Tulimasealii (Mo. 187).