The third edition of the Polynesian bowl will showcase some of the nation’s top high school players inside Honolulu’s Aloha stadium.
Here is how you can watch, BYU signees playing, and BYU targets to watch out for.
WHERE, WHEN, AND HOW TO WATCH
WHERE: Aloha Stadium; O’Ahu, Hawaii
WHEN: Saturday, January 19 @ 10:00 PM MST
CHANNEL: CBS Sports Network
BYU SIGNEES IN THE GAME
Jacob Conover, QB — Team Makai
BYU fans will get one last chance to see the 4-star QB before he heads out on his Church mission to Paraguay February 12. Conover has impressed during the week and is projected to be the starter in tonight’s game. BYU got a good one, folks.
Jacob Conover "took every single rep for his squad” on the first day and "the majority of reps since then”. He also projects to be the starter at the @polynesiabowl according to @BrandonHuffman. #ESPN960 #BYU #BYUFootball— ESPN960Sports (@espn960sports) January 17, 2019
Ethan Erickson, TE — Team Makai
The 6’5”, 3-star tight end will get a chance to catch some passes from his future QB. Like Conover, Erickson is planning on serving a mission before enrolling at BYU.
Eli Unutoa, OL — Team Makua
One of the more underrated signees in BYU’s 2019 class, Unutoa is a big interior offensive lineman who already has the body of a division 1 player.
Logan Sagapolu, OL — Team Makua
The 3-star center from Lehi, Utah will be announcing his college decision tonight between Oregon, Utah and BYU. Oregon is the favorite to land the Skyridge HS product.
Simote Pepa, DL — Team Makai
The 6-foot-3, 320 pounds DT from Bingham HS is uncommitted coming into the game. Utah, Washington, Wisconsin, Nebrasksa, Tennessee, Virginia, Arizona, Oregon and BYU have all offered him. Utah is the leader in the clubhouse right now, but BYU is still in the mix.
Puka Nacua, WR — Team Makai
The USC commit is still taking official visits, but doesn’t have one planned to BYU as of yet. Don’t hold your breath on Puka. He’ll be catching passes from Conover tonight.