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Ulu-Perry Making His Presence Felt

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BEAVERTON, Ore. - Fred Ulu-Perry was on a mission; to continue to fantastic legacy of Hawaii players that have participated in The Opening. Isaac Savaiinaea, DeForest Buckner and Luke Kaumatule have all taken part the first three years of this marquee prep event at Nike World Headquarters.

2014 saw two more prospects travel over 2500 miles to compete - Saint Louis OL Ulu-Perry and Farrington defensive lineman Breiden Fehoko. “That was my purpose to go to California, to get MVP and hopefully get an Opening invite, which I did,” the 6-2.5, 295-pound Ulu-Perry said when asked about qualifying for The Opening after taking home MVP honors at the SoCal Nike Football Training Camp. “It’s...

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