The Norm Chow effect of being a quarterback guru has helped the Hawaii Warriors land quarterback Taylor Graham who is transferring from Ohio State to Hawai'i. This is not official since it is currently a dead recruiting period, but Doug Lesmerises of the Cleveland Plain Dealer and the Hawai'i Star Advertiser are both reporting the move.
Graham has not seen any live action at Ohio State so here are his 2009 highlights from his high school days:
Out of high school Graham was four star recruit and the No. 14 quarterback nationally from the 2010 class, according to Rivals. One reason that Graham would leave Ohio State is that with Urban Meyer coming in and will be running a more spread option attack like he did at Utah and Florida. Graham is a pro-style which fits the old Ohio State mold under Jim Tressel and every other coach prior to him. At Hawai'i Graham will be allowed to throw the ball around a lot.
Graham is a redshirt freshman and after sitting out the 2012 season due to transfer rules he will have two years of eligibility left.