Campbell’s Kernaghan joins Hawai’i Football class of 2025 recruiting class

BY MICHAEL LASQUERO | HSRN
PUBLISHED JUNE 10, 2024

Make that another local boy staying home to play for the Braddahhood.

Campbell offensive tackle Jordan Kernaghan gave a verbal commitment on his social media platforms to play for the Hawai’i football team Sunday evening. 

This makes Kernaghan the sixth player from the class of 2025 to commit to the Rainbow Warriors, joining a class that includes linebackers Aisiah Paogofie and Zaden Mariteragi, receivers Brandon Gaea and Titan Lacaden and offensive lineman KJ Hallums. Paogofie and Kernaghan are high school teammates.

The 6-foot-4, 287-pound Kernaghan started at left tackle for a Campbell squad that finished third in the OIA Open Division, the highest tier in Hawai’i prep football.