Sol-Jay Maiava, a sophomore quarterback at Kahuku High School in Hawaii, will be transferring to St. John’s College High School in Washington, D.C., for his junior year.
The 6-foot-1, 185-pound quarterback is set to compete for the starting role at St. John’s following the graduation of current senior quarterback Kevin Doyle, an Arizona signee. Maiava is coming from Kahuku High, well-known for its football program that is reported to have churned out 17 NFL players since 1970.
“I am not thinking that I am going to start right away,” Maiava said about coming to St. John’s. “Everyone still has to play for the job. They just gave me an opportunity to come and compete, and they just threw it all out on the table and I just decided to take it.”
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