Video: Taulia Tagovailoa Ultimate HighlightsJunior highlights of Tua Tagovailoa's younger brother, a 2019 selection for the Polynesian Bowl All-Star game.
The Polynesian Bowl is becoming a marquee event for high school football. It includes some of the best players from the Class of 2018
, running from Jan. 15-20.
MaxPreps national football editor Zack Poff and Myckena Guerrero will be there all week covering the festivities, and organizers announced Wednesday the lineup of the 2019 Polynesian Bowl.
Featuring a Who's Who of high school football, the 2018 Polynesian Bowl features some of the best players in the country
, and things won't be changing in 2019. Notable names also booked for 2019 Polynesian Bowl• 5-star ATH
— Bru McCoy III
, Mater Dei (Santa Ana, Calif.)• 5-star DT
— Ishmael Sopsher
, Amite (La.)• 5-star LB
— Henry To'oto'o
, De La Salle (Concord, Calif.)• 5-star DT
— Faatui Tuitele
, St. Louis (Honolulu)• 5-star S
— Brian Williams
, Bishop Dunne (Dallas)• 4-star CB
— Chris Steele
, St. John Bosco (Bellflower, Calif.)• 4-star RB
— Devyn Ford
, North Stafford (Stafford, Va.)• 4-star WR
— Kyle Ford
, Orange Lutheran (Orange, Calif.)• 4-star LB
— Mase Funa
, Mater Dei (Santa Ana, Calif.)• 4-star QB
— Grant Gunnell
, St. Pius X (Houston)• 4-star DT
— Matthew Pola-Mao
, Mountain Pointe (Phoenix)• 4-star CB
— Max Williams
, Serra (Gardena, Calif.)
For a complete list of all the players selected so far for the 2019 Polynesian Bowl just click here
. Ten of the 24 players selected for the All-Star event were named to the MaxPreps Junior All-American team
earlier this month.
Myckena Guerrero and Zack Poff will be out there covering the event all week so make sure and follow MaxPreps on Twitter and Instagram with all the behind the scenes action and player interviews.