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Name: Chima Azunna (Transfer from Iowa State)
College: Hawaii     Number: 0
Height: 6-0   Weight: 200
Position: FS  Pos2: SS
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2022

40 Low: 4.50
   40 Time: 4.59
  40 High: 4.68
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Height: 5116
Weight: 200

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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: Transfer from Iowa State...2020: NAC

 Chima Azunna, Hawaii, Player News

  08/21/21 - FS Chima AzunnarSr/2022, Hawaii, 6-0, 200 (DS#77 FS) + More +

  The University of Hawaii football coaches reviewed video, talked to Iowa State coaches, and reviewed more video. If this were a Yelp evaluation, safety Chima Azunna was deserving of a 5-star rating for tackling. In February, Azunna signed a scholarship agreement with UH to solidify his transfer from Iowa State. He is one of 19 Rainbow Warriors who previously played at an NCAA Division I school. Eight Division I transfers are part of the 2021 recruiting class. "Really, what put us onto (Azunna) was his ability to tackle," said Trent Figg, associate head coach of the defense, who works primarily with the safeties. "He's a great tackler in the open field. He did a great job at Iowa State. He's a physical player."

In nine games in 2020, the Warriors relinquished 18 pass plays of 25-plus yards, and 44 of at least 15 yards. Opponents averaged 12.5 yards per third-down completion. The Warriors also were burned for 21 rushes of 20-plus yards. They ceded an average of 5.0 yards on first-down runs. "We have to tackle in the secondary," Figg said. "When you look at all the big-play runs, all big-play touchdowns, it all comes down to somebody in the secondary probably missed a tackle. A defensive lineman mis-fitted? Who cares? A linebacker mis-fitted? Who cares? We've got to tackle. A huge emphasis for us has been tackling in the back end so we can eliminate the big-play touchdown runs." - Honolulu Advertiser

(DS#77 FS) rSr/2022 FS Chima AzunnaHawaii
News Source: Honolulu Advertiser
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