Hawaii has added yet another dual-threat quarterback to their roster with Davine Tullis. He went to Ballard High School in Seattle, Washington.
The two-star recruit (from Scout and Rivals) led the Ballard High Beavers to an 8-3 record, their best finish since 2003.
He later earned the Metro (Seattle area) 3A Offensive Player of the Year.
Along with his offer from Hawaii, Tullis received scholarship offers from Montana State, Idaho State and Portland state.
His position: Tullis' position with the team remains to be seen as the program currently lists him as an 'Athlete'.
His measurables: All his measurements are from his Nike SPARQ combine results.
|Height||6 feet 2 inches|
|40-yard Dash||4.63 seconds|
|20-yard Shuttle||4.2 seconds|
|Power Throw||35 feet|
In his years before UH: Tullis as a senior, threw for 1,751 yards and rushed for 965 yards while scoring a total of 24 touchdowns.
His scouting report: Tullis is a bigger threat with his legs but is competent as a passer. His poor accuracy may be his downfall at the next level at the quarterback position. On the other hand his athleticism will surely push him into the conversation at WR or DB.
His tape: You can see his highlight package from his Hudl profile.
Stay tuned for more recruiting news and analysis for Hawaii Football's 2016 recruiting class.