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Reports: Hawaii playing host to ex-USC QB Max Wittek

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Max Wittek visit to Texas may have “exceeded expectations,” but could you really turn down a trip to Hawaii?

Friday, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported that the former USC quarterback had finalized his travel arrangements and would be visiting the Rainbow Warriors this weekend.  The Los Angeles Daily NewsScott Wolf (yes, I know; save your comments) followed that up by reporting Saturday that Wittek took in a Rainbow Warriors volleyball game as part of his trip.

In addition to his visits to Texas and Hawaii, Louisville is reportedly one of multiple options for the player.

As Wittek will graduate this spring, he will be eligible to play immediately at any FBS program and maintain two years of eligibility.  There’s no word yet on when Wittek will pull the trigger on a decision on his next collegiate destination.

Wittek was a four-star member of the Trojans’ 2011 recruiting class, rated as the No. 3 pro-style quarterback in the country.  Late last month, Wittek announced he would be transferring from USC in search of a better shot at playing time.

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3 Responses to “Reports: Hawaii playing host to ex-USC QB Max Wittek”
  1. thekatman says: Mar 2, 2014 11:43 AM

    Good for Max. He’ll be just fine.
    Go get er done, man!
    Fight On.

  2. chinahand11 says: Mar 2, 2014 6:44 PM

    “chinahand11 says:
    Feb 17, 2014 11:16 PM
    If I thought I had a chance in the NFL, I’d go to Texas. If I was going somewhere just for the heck of it, get my ticket to Hawaii.”

    Perhaps I was prescient? Sorry, my apologies, couldn’t resist blowing my horn that I predicted this. If you want a reading, call me at …

  3. jkaflagg says: Mar 2, 2014 7:27 PM

    Remember the real reason that Max is transferring is to continue his graduate studies, and what more prestigious institution than the University of Hawaii ?

    Seriously, though…..kudos to Max for completing his degree in 3 years and earning this opportunity….the rules are kind of insane but can’t blame him for taking advantage of it……don’t know if I’d feel the same if I was battling to get into graduate school and was told “sorry, man….we needed a QB”…..

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