The 2014 season was a slight improvement from a disastrous 2013 campaign, including ending a year-long conference losing streak, but it surely didn't improve recruiting for the 'Bows on NSD. According to Scout.com and 247sports.com, Hawaii's recruiting class ranks near the bottom of all FBS teams, and at the bottom of the Mountain West.
However, even with a class that doesn't match up to the rest of the conference, there are several players with potential coming to UH this fall. Below is the list of players who signed:
Not listed are USC transfer Max Wittek, who will able to suit up the Warriors after sitting out 2014, and Dylan Collie, brother of NFL player Austin Collie, who returned from a mission to continue his college football career.
Norm Chow spoke with the media about the incoming recruiting class as well.