The Hawaii Warriors are still in the mix for former blue chip quarterback, Max Wittek. The former USC signal caller has been taking his visits, including Hawaii last month, is down to final two, and a distant third. Wittek said that the Warriors are 'absolutely' a possiblity for him to continue his final two years of eligibility.
The Texas Longhorns are also mentioned as another destination, plus to a lesser extent the Louisville Cardinals. Wittek has not set a deadline on when he will make his announcement, but once he does choose he is able to play right away since he has already graduated from USC. Meaning, Wittek does not have to sit out and will have two years of eligibility remaining and can suit up for his new team this fall.
Wittek's choice to consider Hawaii is for the chance to work with head coach Norm Chow who is known for being a great offensive mind and very good at coaching quarterbacks.
"Coach Chow is awesome," Wittek said. "His (football) pedigree speaks for itself."