Nico Iamaleava is a 5-star Tennessee QB commit and the No. 4 overall player in the 2023 class, per the 247Sports composite rankings.

On Saturday, the Warren High School product from California certainly looked like it, torching Kamehameha II 50-0 in Hawaii.

As you can see below, Iamaleava was airing it out in the first half, putting up 210 yards and 2 scores through the air:

Here’s Iamaleava’s first TD pass of the day:

Here’s his second:

And, here’s another beautiful deep ball from Iamaleava:

No, this wasn’t the best competition he’ll face this year, but Tennessee fans should be encouraged by this first effort of 2022 from their presumed quarterback of the future. We’ll see how he fares when he gets back to California and begins games again.

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