Hawaii QB picking up interest

Andrew Manley has one scholarship offer, from the hometown Hawaii Warriors. As the Wahiawa (Hawaii) Leilehua star kicks off his senior season, he is starting to hear from other schools.
"I am getting some more attention, but not anymore offers yet," Manley said. "Just today I had Marshall contact me by email. I have been in contact with Ole Miss, Idaho, and Louisville as well."
"I know Ole Miss is in the pre-season top ten, and they are a BCS school that plays in the SEC. I am trying to learn as much as I can about these schools. Coach Kent Austin at Ole Miss said they like my strong arm, but right now they are not sure if they are taking another quarterback. They are going to wait it out, if they decided to take another quarterback they are going to contact me."

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At the Hawaii All-Poly camp, Manley told Rivals.com AMP he did not think the Warriors would take two quarterbacks. Hawaii already has a commitment from three-star Arizona product Kevin Spain.
"They are still recruiting me. They might take two quarterbacks now," Manley said.
Manley is ready to head to "the continent" for official visits if possible.
"I would love to take some if I had the opportunity, but I have not made plans about that yet."
Last weekend, Manley and Leilehua opened their season with a 23-20 win over Radford. Manley threw for 270 yards, a touchdown and two interceptions, while completing 18 of 38 passes.
"We won but it was not pretty. We start the conference schedule against Mililani this weekend."
Mililani features the state's eighth ranked prospect according to Rivals.com- Taz Stevenson.
"He is going to be playing safety. Taz is just fast, he is not scared to hit. He makes people miss, and has good hands at receiver. He is an all-around good athlete."