The Hawaii Sports Hall of Fame welcomed it's class of 2016 at the Honolulu International Country Club on Tuesday night, and the inductees represent the best of the best that represent the 50th state.

- NFL:

Ma'ake and Chris Kemoeatu:

Brothers both played football at Kahuku, and college football at Utah before entering the NFL, and both won Super Bowl rings in the league. Ma'ake (Def-Line) with the Baltimore Ravens, Chris (Off-Line) 2-times with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Health issues ended Chris' career, and older brother Ma'ake voluntarily ended his own career so he could donate a kidney to his brother.

- OLYMPICS:

Bryan Clay (Castle) - Decathlete

Brandon Brooks (Punahou) - Water Polo (goalie)

- SOCCER:

Brian Ching (Kamehameha) - Houston / Team USA