For the second time since former USC Trojans quarterback Max Wittek announced his intentions to transfer, the 6'4, 235-pound quarterback took a visit to Austin, according to reports from Orangebloods and Horns247.
The big difference between this visit and his previous trip to Austin? Besides the fact that he was able to watch the Texas Longhorns go through their first scrimmage of the spring, Wittek's family accompanied him this time, giving his parents a chance to see the program and presumably interact with the coaching staff.
So far, there hasn't been any more information to emerge other than Wittek's attendance, as he hasn't yet spoken with any reporters, but the fact that he has now taken two visit to Texas seems to be further confirmation that the Longhorns are indeed the leaders to land his services.
The Lousiville Cardinals have been discussed as a potential destination, but he hasn't yet visited that program and his trip to Hawai'i did not include his parents. Not only that, but there have been no indications since that visit that the Rainbow Warrios are in serious contention, as Wittek has only acknowledged that they are under consideration.
There was no timetable for Wittek's decision at that point several weeks ago and it may still be after he finishes up his studies at USC in May that he makes it official, but it is increasingly seeming like only a matter of time before the former four-star prospect becomes a Longhorn.