Elijah Palmer, a defensive back from Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas who has committed to play football for the University of Hawaii, is scheduled to participate in the Under Armour All-American Game in Orlando.

Wednesday at noon HST, the game will be broadcast live on ESPN.

Palmer is the first Hawaii signee since Kennedy Tulimasealii of Waianae to participate in the UA All-American game. Fred Ulu-Perry, who attended Rainbow Warrior in Saint Louis and participated in the game, initially committed to UCLA after graduating from high school and then transferred back to UH. Due to Hawaii’s commitment, Palmer and Tulimasealii are the only players to participate in the game.

Kodi DeCambra, a native of Oahu who also played high school football at Bishop Gorman, and Farrington senior Iapani “Poncho” Laloulu were both included in the squad. Two weeks ago, both DeCambra and Laloulu signed with Oregon.

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