Mililani senior Dillon Gabriel is back on the market.
The 6-foot dual-threat quarterback announced on social media Sunday that he has decommitted from Army and will open up his recruitment with the first signing period just a month away.
Gabriel initially committed to Army in June over offers from Air Force, Navy and Hawaii.
I have de-committed and I am opening up my recruitment! pic.twitter.com/8n9O0WR9Wz
— Dillon Gabriel ⚡️ (@_dillongabriel_) November 11, 2018
Gabriel is Hawaii’s career passing record holder with 9,470 yards. He recently became just the second quarterback to throw 100 career touchdown passes and now has 104 — nine behind the record holder, Timmy Chang.
He also holds the career records in completions (711) and attempts (1,209) and has at least one more game to improve on those totals.
The Trojans face Campbell in the semifinals of the First Hawaiian Bank/HHSAA Football State Championships in the Open Division on Friday at Aloha Stadium. A win would earn Gabriel’s second trip to a state final after he led the Trojans to the Division I state championship in 2016 as a sophomore.