Although many might see it as a slam dunk that former USC Trojans quarterback Max Wittek will end up playing for the texas Longhorns, that shouldn’t stop him from exploring his options elsewhere, especially if the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors come calling to have a little chat.
According to the Honolulu Star-Advertiser, Wittek will make a trip this weekend to sit down and meet with Hawaii officials about a possible transfer to the school.
After being the top member of the 2011 Trojans’ recruiting class, Wittek announced his intention to transfer from Los Angeles last month to seek more playing time, something that was all but guaranteed he wouldn’t get should he have stayed with USC.
You can now add Hawaii to the list of schools seeking Wittek’s services that already include the aforementioned Longhorns and also the Louisville Cardinals, where he may be a good fit for new head coach Bobby Petrino.
Wittek is graduating this spring which will make him eligible immediately to play at whichever school that he so chooses.