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  After two solid seasons as a contributor at linebacker in which he played in all 26 games as a true freshman and sophomore, Pavihi was tabbed to be the successor of Jahlani Tavai, who was a second-round pick of the Detroit Lions in the 2019 Draft. However, just days before Hawaii's 2019 season opener against Arizona, Pavihi suffered a serious right knee injury which required surgery. After months of rehab, and a move to a new position as a defensive end, Pavihi is now elated to be making his return this weekend against the Bulldogs. "I'm really excited just to get on the field with the boys and a whole new coaching staff. At this time last year I got injured, and it's been hard for me mentally just to accept it," said Pavihi. "I started digging deeper into my faith. Everything happens for a reason. All the hard work, and not just myself but the training room, physiotherapy, just being around the boys and coaches. They helped me back on my feet and I'm back on the field." - Khon2.com

(DS#51 ILB) rJr/2022 ILB Penei PavihiHawaii
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