High School: Cody was a multi-sport athlete at Baldwin High School, playing Basketball, Football, Baseball and running Track. Played varsity basketball for three years under Coach Wayne Gushiken. Was named to the MIL's first team as a center for three straight seasons. After his senior season he was named All-State Honorable Mention and also named to the 2005 Fab 15. Played varsity football for three years under Coach Chad Kauha’aha’a who now serves as the defensive line coach at the University of Utah. Best game was six catches for 180 yards and three touchdowns. Was named to the MIL's First Team as a Wide Reciever and Punter his Junior and Senior years. Also was a Second Team All-State selection after his Senior season. Cody was a first baseman and pitcher for Baldwin's baseball team under Coach Kahai Shishido. In track, Cody participated in the high jump and triple jump.
College: As a freshman at Weber State University, an FCS football school, Cody had eight catches for 54 yards. As a sophomore he played in eight games where he had two receptions for 17 yards. In his junior season he played in all 14 games. He posted career-high's with 48 catches, 729 yards and 10 touchdowns. His 10 receiving TD's led the Wildcats. He averaged 15.2 yards per reception and 52.1 yards per game. Cody was third on the team in scoring, and fourth on the team in all-purpose yardage. He also added two unassisted tackles as a long snapper. Cody was named to the Big Sky's All-Conference team and was a Third Team All-American. As a senior he suffered a season ending knee injury after only 2 games. He ended the season with 21 catches, 184 yards and 4 touchdowns. He was named the most inspirational player and an Honorable Mention selection for the Big Sky.
Post College: Cody participated in two pro days in front of 10 to 12 NFL scouts, after training at Athletes Performance in Carson, CA. Currently Cody is helping coach the Baldwin football team's Wide Recievers.
Pro Day Stats: 225 Bench Reps- 27
40 Yard Dash- 4.70
Pro Agility- 4.10
Vertical Leap- 32"
Broad Jump- 9'3"
High School: Kawika played both soccer and football at Baldwin High School. As a Junior, he was an MIL first-team soccer pick and named to Hawaii's All-State Second Team as a Forward. He was also a first-team football selection as a defensive end, that year he was voted Maui's Defensive Player of the Year. Kawika was named MIL Boys Athlete of the Year as a junior. In his senior year Kahui was again named to the MIL's first team for both soccer and football.
College: After high school, Kahui walked on at San Diego State as a Defensive end and, by his senior season, was all-Mountain West football selection and a team captain for the Aztecs.
Post College: In 2006 Kahui was on the practice squad of the San Diego Chargers for one season. In 2007 he played for the Amsterdam Admirals in NFL Europe. He finished up his football career playing for the AFL's Arizona Rattlers in 2008. For the past 3 years Kawika has been coaching the Defensive Line at Baldwin High School.
Brett "Rambo" Nakamura
High School: Chad played soccer at Baldwin High School. In 2004, his Junior Year, he was an MIL First-Team Selection. Also he received the Star Bulletin's All-State Honor as a Sweeper. In 2005 he was again an MIL First Team Selection, and All-State Selection. In 2005 he also participated in the Hawaii State High School Senior All-Star Game.
College: After playing four seasons at Baldwin High School Chad went on to play soccer at the collegiate level at Chaminade University. In the 2006-2007 season he was awarded Chaminade's Most Outstanding Defender. Also that season, he was second team All-Conference. Before the 2008 season Chad was voted Pre-Season First Team All-Conference. After completing the 2008 season Chad was voted to the Conference's First Team. Before the 2009 season he was voted to the Pre-Season first team, once again, and after the season he was voted All-Conference Second Team.
Post College: Chad is currently training in Dutch Muay Thai with well respected coach Brian Crespin. He has now devoted his life to sports training and nutrition.
High School: Erica participated in both soccer and track while at Baldwin High School. As a defender in soccer she was voted to the MIL's first team as a Junior and a Senior. In Track, Erica participated in 100 meter hurdles, and triple jump.
College: After High School Erica went on to play soccer for Yuba City College. In 2006 she was voted secondreat one on one defender, very fast, and good at attacking flighted balls. She also continued her track and field success at Yuba City, participating in both the 100 meter hurdles and the triple jump.
Post College: Currently a Licensed Massage Therapist, specializing in Neuromuscular Massage and sports massage.
High School: Akamu played both Football and Basketball in High School. As a Junior he was voted to the First Team as a Wide Receiver and a Free Safety. He was also voted to the Star Bulletin's All-State Second Team. In his senior year Akamu became the best wide receiver in M.I.L history. He set records for Receptions, Receiving yards, and Touchdown receptions. He was voted the Offensive Player of the Year in 2003, and First team All-State. Also that year, Akamu was voted to the MIL's first team for Basketball as well. At the years end Akamu was voted the 2003 MIL Athlete of the Year.
College: Akamu started his college career off a Montana Western. After completing one season at Montana Western he transferred to Division 1 powerhouse Boise State University. Akamu only spent a few months in Boise, Idaho, then transferred to Weber State University. He played wide receiver there for 3 years, lettering in all seasons, and starting for one season. He graduated from Weber State University in 2008 with a Bachelors Degree in Human Performance Management.
Post College: In 2009 and 2010 Akamu played professional football in the Arena League. In 2009 he played for the Utah Valley Thunder in the AIFA. There he was voted to the All-Arena First Team and lead the league in receptions, receiving yards, and receiving touchdowns. In 2010 Akamu played for the Utah Blaze in the AFL. After his rookie season there he was voted to the AFL's All-Rookie Team. Currently Akamu is a Personal Trainer in Utah at C.A.M.P. He also has his BFS Regional Certification.
High School: Was a multi-sport athlete playing Football, Basketball, and running track. Was coached by legendary QB Coach Vincent Passes who has coached All-Star QB's like Darnell Arceneaux, Jason Guesser and Timmy Chang.
College: Cameron Higgins finished his career with the Weber State Wildcats as one of the greatest players in school history. In his four years with the 'Cats Cameron played in 48 games, the most career games ever played by a WSU quarterback. He started in 43 of those 48 games. He set school records for most career passing yards (12,274), most career touchdowns passes (98), most career total touchdowns (105), most career pass completions (935), and career passing efficiency rating (144.5). His 98 career touchdown passes is also the most in Big Sky Conference history. His 12,261 yards of total offense is the third most in Big Sky history and his 105 touchdowns is tied for the second most in the conference history. In 2011 he earned the Weber State Male Athlete Career Achievement Award for his success with the 'Cats. As a freshman, Cameron was named the Big Sky Newcomer of the year, he was also named to the Big Sky's Second Team. As a sophomore he was named to the Big Sky's First team, and was also an All-American. In Cameron's Junior year he was a second team Big Sky selection.
Post College: Cameron participated in two pro days in front of multiple NFL scouts, after training at Athletes Performance in Carson, CA. He has also had private workouts for CFL teams like the Calgary Stampeders and Toronto Argonauts. Also had private workouts the AFL's Spokane Shock and San Jose Sabercats.
Pro Day Stats: 225 Bench Reps- 18
40 Yard Dash- 4.70
Pro Agility- 4.21
Vertical Leap- 36.5"
Broad Jump- 9'6"
Trenson "Boobie" Himalaya
High School: Trenson played five different sports while at Baldwin High School. He participated in Volleyball, Basketball, Football, Track and Field, and Baseball. As a sophmore Trenson was on the MIL's honorable mention team for both Football and Basketball. In 2003, as a Junior, he was voted to the First team as a Linebacker and the Second Team as a Tight End. In Basketball, he was voted to the MIL's first team as a Power Forward. In his Senior football season, Trenson was on the First Team for both Offense and Defense. In Basketball he had a break out season averaging 19 points and 8 rebounds per game. He was voted the MIL's Player of the Year and 1st team All-State, ranked the 3rd overall player in the state. Also, that year he was voted Baldwin's male athlete of the year, and he was a Hall of Honor Inductee.
College: Trenson played in 9 games at Dixie State University. He recorded 108 tackles and caught 3 Interception for 101 yards. After the season Dixie was invited to play in a bowl game. In that game Trenson recieved the Defensive MVP award.
Post College: After his season at Dixie State Trenson went on to play in the AFL. He played for the Utah Valley Thunder as a Linebacker and Running Back. As a Linebacker he recorded 82 tackles. As a Running Back he rushed for 148 yards and 6 touchdowns. Trenson also holds a 3-0 MMA record.