Not so good news is coming out of the Hawaii Warriors football program this past week. The team is fully entrenched in spring practices and new head coach Norm Chow is looking to find a new starting quarterback to replace Bryant Moniz who graduates. One name that is likely to be left out of the race is sophomore Cayman Shutter who was pulled over for speeding and weaving on the freeway around 3 a.m. on March 29 and then was ultimately arrested for a DUI.
The punishment will be handed down by head coach Norm Chow, but nothing has been done at this time. However, Chow did make a statement regarding the arrest:
"We are aware of the incident involving one of our student-athletes. We are in the process of gathering all the facts. We have a code of conduct which our student-athletes are to adhere to and we expect them to represent both the university and football program to its highest integrity. We will make a follow-up statement at a later date after we gather all of the information."
Shutter has very little experience on the field and had only garbage time reps in 2011against UC-Davis and he did see some time in three games in 2010. The quarterback race started as a three-team battle with David Graves and Ikaika Woolsey up until his arrest. Graves has the experience as he has played some backing up Moniz with just over 800 yards with most of it coming in 2011, however Woosley is an incoming freshman that was recruited by Chow and is already in the program.