Texas A&M reportedly adding former Hawaii quarterback to the roster
You can never have enough depth at the quarterback position, especially heading into a season where the starting job is up for grabs.
That’s the position Texas A&M finds itself this offseason as the competition in College Station is officially on between Zach Calzada, Haynes King and Eli Stowers but the Aggies have reportedly added another potential challenger to the mix.
According to Matt Zenitz of AL.com, Texas A&M is adding former Hawaii signal-caller Zach Daniel to the roster this offseason.
Daniel is a Houston native and was listed as a three-star prospect out of The Kinkaid School of Houston during the 2019 recruiting cycle. While he was on scholarship at Hawaii, Zenitz is reporting that Daniel will begin his Texas A&M career as a walk-on.
The Houston native did not register any stats during his time with Hawaii.
Here is a look at Daniel’s bio according to the Hawaii team site:
- A 2019 graduate of The Kinkaid School in Houston, Texas.
- As a senior, threw for 3,266 yards and 31 touchdowns.
- Earned all-state and all-conference honors.
- Threw for 2,532 yards and 24 touchdowns as a junior.
- Helped lead team to three Southwest Preparatory Conference state championships (2015, ’17, ’18).
- Finished his career with 6,233 yards passing, a 67 percent completion rate and 79 touchdowns to just five interceptions.
- Competed in the 2019 Blue Grey All-American Bowl at NRG Stadium in Houston.
- Also a two-year letterwinner in baseball