Hawaii makes offer to clutch playmaker Quinn

Saint Louis receiver Mitchell Quinn caught five touchdown passes and totaled 307 receiving yards in Friday's win over Mililani. Photo by Bruce Asato/Star-Advertiser.

Just a few hours after Saint Louis’ 47-23 comeback victory over Mililani in the Division I-Open semifinals of the First Hawaiian Bank/HHSAA State Football Championships, wide receiver Mitchell Quinn had some news to share.

Quinn, who caught eight passes for a state-tournament record 307 yards and five touchdowns, announced that he has received his first college scholarship offer: Hawaii.

The story that passed through the press box after the game at Aloha Stadium is that UH passing-game coordinator and wide receivers coach Craig Stutzmann made his way through the north tunnel and talked to Quinn during the game. That’s when he made the offer. Whatever the process was, Quinn confirmed the offer via Twitter just after 1 a.m. on Saturday.

In addition to his heroics in the semifinal win over Mililani, Quinn was invited to play in the Polynesian Bowl on Friday.

COMMENTS

  1. HI HS FAN November 11, 2017 5:51 am

    Awesome. He demonstrated that he has the hands, speed, and ability to make tacklers miss. Needs to put on some muscle. Uh has offered him and Cordeiro, another super-talented athlete. Remains to be seen if they’ll commit. The record UH has could be a factor in their decisions. But it would be good if UH can land some top local talent.


  2. turfwar November 11, 2017 8:28 am

    The most underrated prospect in the state all season. Just knows how to run routes. He will contribute early in his career if he ends up a Warrior.


  3. Hau'ulaBoy November 11, 2017 11:28 am

    Dude, if other college’s dont offer this kid, their not doing their homework. This kid was amazing last night. Damn good! RR4L._.


  4. Tokotoko November 11, 2017 3:03 pm

    I’ve said it before, on a team that has exceptional talent at the offensive skill positions, I thought this kid was definitely a cut above the rest. No disrespect to the other receivers for the Crusaders, but this kid, Quinn, is by far, the best of the bunch. What he lacks in size, he makes up with precise route running, great hands, elusiveness, and flat out SPEED. Congrats, young fella!!


  5. Mike Mallon November 13, 2017 4:37 am

    Congrats and best of luck Mitchell! This kid is a ‘chip off the old block’ as his Dad, Don, was a decorated Rhode Island high school football player himself “a few years ago”.


  6. Jachin November 16, 2017 9:45 pm

    Brada Mitchell quinn,congratz on being offered scholarship to play for uh warriors football!! Keep your talent home where you can show the world and the 808 State dat we are da aloha State but we are also warriors! Keep it up bro and u won’t regret playing for hawaii,yea they had some rough seasons and coach rolo,his first year back,brought Hawaii it’s first Hawaii bowl appearance in nearly 10 years and they won! That shows that Hawaii football is back and ready as ever to play anybody anywhere and win!protect pride rock!! Even tho this year wasn’t the best we as warrior fans and players will always bleed black and green!GO WARRIORS!!!!


  7. anywaaaays!! November 18, 2017 4:17 pm

    Wait until he plays big red tonight. Once our secondary smacks him in the mouth a few times, Hawaii will revoke their scholarship offer. RRFL!


  8. Hovah808 November 21, 2017 10:25 am

    ^^^ Has uh revoked their offer?^^^ Nah, still there? Did you see kahuku smack him in the mouth? Nah. I did see your secondary trying to catch him on that 90+ yard td lol. Annywaaays you’re a clown


  9. Awrite!! November 22, 2017 4:34 pm

    Head referee Michael Goshima a St. Louis class of 1969 Grad was the head umpire for the Open division Championship game. Can HPW do an investigation as to why this is not a conflict?

    Is this another one of Cal Lees tactical advantages since he cant use 19yr olds anymore?


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