Last week, Molokai received a special visit from some professional football players. Exactly one week ago, Thursday, two current and one former NFL player, along with an NFL cheerleader, visited Molokai High School.
Devon Best, a second year wide receiver from the Miami Dolphins, talked to the students about the hardships he endured before becoming a football player. Best, along with Vince Manuwai, both attended University of Hawaii. Manuwai, who grew up in Honolulu and is a seventh year player now with the Jacksonville Jaguars, talked about staying focused on goals.
Nat Moore, a retired 13-year wide receiver for the Dolphins, led the presentation while giving out NFL gifts to students. Moore encouraging the students to stay focused on academics and to keep working hard.