Former USC quarterback, Max Wittek has opened the door for a move to Texas after claiming a recent visit to the campus was 'Awesome'
"Everything about my trip (to Texas) was awesome," Wittek told Texas Rivals website. "From the coaches to the players, the school, the campus - it all probably exceeded what I thought it would be... I already felt comfortable"
Wittek played for USC in 2012 and 2013 but played in just 10 games with two starts. He announced earlier this year that he intended to pursue a Masters degree and a quarterback position with another team.
The quarterback was highly recruited out of high school as the third best pro-style signal caller in the country but never won the starting job on a permanent basis.
Texas will be graduating Case McCoy who started 10 games for the Longhorns last season however if Wittek decides on Texas, he will battle David Ash for the starting job.
The Longhorns finished the season with an 8-5 record. They also lost in the Alamo Bowl to Oregon.
Longtime head coach Mack Brown was also fired and replaced by Charlie Strong, previously of Louisville.
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