The local boy back in the 808, for his final collegiate game.

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One last action packed game in paradise, for quarterback, Chevan Cordeiro, as he tries to get his last college win, back in his hometown of Oahu, Hawaii.

For Chevan Cordeiro, home is where the heart is, and that is Oahu, Hawaii. He will get to finish off his college career, just where he started it at the University of Hawaii, Manoa, at the Clarence T.C Ching Complex field. It is a surreal moment for Chevan, as his whole family and friends will be cheering for him at the college level one last time at home. Closing out with a win, in front of his family and friends would be a paradise ending. For the local boy, he will try to end his college career strong, just where it all started.

He attended to St. Louis School, Honolulu, where he was a back up to Tua Tagovailoa. Chevan got the nod start only his senior year, racking up over 3,000 passing yards and 39 TD’s, going undefeated and en route to winning the open division state title. Despite winning the Hawaii Gatorade Player of the Year, his only offer was to the University of Hawaii, Manoa. He had a good career as a Rainbow Warrior, especially as a young QB. He was getting better by the year and was improving but had different plans. With two years, of eligibility left, he transferred to San Jose State in 2022.

He had a stellar junior season, and is having a successful senior season this year. He won over the starting quarterback job, and never looked back. Chevan, is a couple yards shy of passing over 12,000 passing yards, as he will accomplish that over his final game against Coastal Carolina, in the Hawaii Bowl. His career passing TD’s are 87 with only 32 INTs. He will have to ride one last wave, before taking off to the next level. A story book ending for the San Jose State QB.

Bryun Parham, their heart and soul on defense.

Long Beach Polytechnic High School, California, has produced the most NFL talents in the country, and yes, that is beating Texas and Florida. Bryun, is one of their products and he is a monster all over the defensive side of SJSU. In his 3 years, he has a total of 187 tackles, 4 sacks and 1 interception. he is continually getting better each and every year. Bryun Parham is a special talent, he is their best defensive player at the LB position. He is forming into an NFL caliber player and will continue his growth as a college player.

I had the privilege to coach and cover about five players on this San Jose State team. (Bryun Parham, Walker Eget, Tyler/Trevor Voss and Brady Van Bennekum.) Tune in for an exciting match up in the Aloha State. This will be an action packed game. San Jose State vs Coastal Carolina, in the Hawaii Bowl, December 23, 2023. 7:30 P.M PT.

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