INside USC Recruiting: Is QB Max Wittek Wavering on His Decision?

Craig WattsContributor IJune 25, 2010

In his article yesterday on ESPN Insider, Greg Biggins discussed this possibility.

Apparently, there have been some sources saying that quarterback Max Wittek may open his recruiting back up. Before he gave his verbal to USC, the four star quarterback from Mater Dei High School had narrowed his choices down to also include UCLA and Cal.

Not surprisingly, those are the two teams, along with Washington, who are speculated to have the most interest if he were to opt out.

On Wednesday, Wittek didn't show up for the first day of USC's Rising Stars camp, pouring only more fuel on the fire.

On Thursday, however, he was in attendance.

If there is any truth to this rumor, it probably isn't because of the NCAA penalties. Wittek stated publicly that sanctions imposed upon the school weren't going to affect his decision.

However, it could be a result of Cody Kessler and his recent play. Kessler has out-performed him at each camp and passing tournament this spring, according to scouts.

While nothing may end up coming out of this rumor (and as of right now it is just that), there's still a lot of time before the 2011 signing day.

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