UH lands prep QB

June 24th, 2012
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Aaron Zwahlen took a family trip to Hawaii this past April.

Next year, Hawaii will be his home.

Zwahlen, a quarterback from Thomas Downey High in Modesto, Calif., has accepted a 2013 football scholarship from the Warriors. He said he will put his commitment in writing on Feb. 6, 2013, the first day prep recruits may sign national letters of intent.

"Hawaii felt like home," said Zwahlen, who also was recruited by BYU, Texas Tech, Washington State, Duke and Northwestern.

Zwahlen is 6-3 and 195 pounds. As a junior in 2011, he threw for more than 2,900 yards, along with 29 scoring passes.

He has participated in six camps in the past two months, including the Oakland Elite 11 and BYU's camp, in which he was named the top senior quarterback this past weekend.

HIs father, Dr. Lynn Zwahlen, played for UH head coach Norm Chow at BYU, when Chow was a graduate assistant and then receivers coach.

Here's Zwahlen's hghlight video: Aaron Zwahlen.

Another video: Zwahlen.

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