Hawaii begins the 2022 season with new coaches, players, and a new attitude. The theme for the Rainbow Warriors football programs is “brotherhood”. Coach Timmy Chang has instilled a program that welcomes players with open arms. Coach Chang stood behind Hawaii’s theme and welcomed 53 new players to Hawaii’s roster. According to ESPN Honolulu podcast analyst, Hunter Hughes Hawaii had to add players after previous talent left the football program. Hughes mentioned the new players during a recent ESPN Honolulu podcast.
How can Coach Chang connect with these new players?
Coaches have to connect with multiple personalities and get the best out of their players. Timmy Chang is tasked with helping his players succeed and giving them the tools to succeed. Coach Chang can connect with his new players by identifying their strengths and magnifying their strengths. By doing so, Hawaii can get the most out of its players and build a strong roster.
Throughout the season coach, Chang will have to remind his new players to embrace the “brotherhood” mentality. Players have to embrace the mentality because football is a team sport. Hawaii’s new players can’t be selfish and play hard for their teammates. When the whistle blows the team will win or lose together.
Timmy Chang and his coaching staff have to connect with their new players on a personal level. Players will be willing to go above and beyond if they know someone cares about them. The season is long and Chang must gain the trust of his new players.
What is expected from the new players?
The majority of Hawaii’s roster will assume starting roles on both sides of the ball. Players have to work hard on the field during practice, be attentive during meetings, and represent Hawaii professionally. In addition, players will have to trust their position coaches. Hawaii can win games with players who are committed to getting better. If Hawaii can get the most out of its new players they can enjoy a successful 2022 campaign.
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