Max Wittek visiting Texas Longhorns

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Texas Longhorns head coach Charlie Strong has had an excellent signing day today but his roster could be set to improve even further.

The Longhorns are expected to host former USC Trojans quarterback Max Wittek in the near future, according to Ryan Abraham of USCFootball.

Abraham says in a tweet that "Former #USC QB Max Wittek told me he plans to visit #Texas. No other visits planned as of now."

Wittek would be a quality addition to the Longhorns organization and he would have two years of NCAA eligibility remaining to play for the new coach.

Tyrone Swoopes is set to be number one on the depth chart, but a player of Wittek's talent would certainly push the dual threat QB all the way. Since he is graduating this spring, Wittek would be able to play immediately after his transfer.

Wittek will need to work on his accuracy and ball placement, but his strong arm is something that will make him an attractive option for a number of teams if he does go around to see more coaches. 

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