Malcom Floyd (Player)
(WR) Wyoming; Pro (SAN), 10 years professionally, Samoan ancestry. 2x All-Mountain West Conference Selection in College. 2014 Ed Block Courage Award Recipient. Finished NFL Career with 321 Catches, 5,550 yards, and 34 Touchdowns. Ranks 10th in Chargers All-Time Receiving Yardage.
Mike Iupati (Player)
(G) Idaho; Pro (SFO, ARI, SEA) 10 years professionally, Samoan ancestry. Drafted in the 1st Round (16th pick) in the 2010 NFL Draft. 4x Pro Bowl Selection (2012–2015). First-team All-Pro (2012); Second-team All-Pro (2015). Named a Consensus All-American selection at the University of Idaho.
Tommy Kaulukukui (Coach)
Born January 22, 1913, Died March 9, 2007, Hawaiian Ancestry. Was the first UH athlete to earn All-American recognition as a football player in the 1930s. Kaulukukui, who was dubbed “Grass Shack” by the great sportswriter Grantland Rice, earned 17 letters in five different sports. In six seasons as head coach, Kaulukukui led University of Hawai`i to a 34-18-3 record. For his accomplishments, he was chosen as a charter member of the National Football Hall of Fame Association.