Mililani quarterback Dillon Gabriel, returning for his third year starting for the Trojans in the fall, said on Twitter he has received a scholarship offer from Hawaii.
— Dillon Gabriel ⚡️ (@_dillongabriel_) May 12, 2018
Gabriel, a 6-foot, 180-pound southpaw, has also been offered by Army, Air Force and Navy.
In 27 games with the Trojans, Gabriel has thrown for 6,101 yards and 67 touchdowns and completed 59.1 percent of his passes.
He needs 2,058 passing yards as a senior to break Tua Tagovailoa‘s state career passing record.
Dillon’s father, Garrett, was a quarterback at the University of Hawaii from 1987 to 1990 and finished his career as the UH leader in career passing yards (5,63). He once held the UH single-game passing record of 440 yards, which he set against Brigham Young as a junior.