Southern California quarterback Max Wittek plans to visit Texas this weekend and has been in contact with several other schools as he considers where to transfer.
Wittek is on target to graduate with a degree in psychology in May. He will be eligible to play next season, and have two years left.
He says he has also heard from coaches at Louisville, Virginia Tech, Hawaii and TCU. He says he is in no rush to make a decision and Texas should not be perceived as a front-runner. The Longhorns with new coach Charlie Strong were the first to contact him.
Wittek says he is not close to narrowing down his choices and plans to make more trips. He threw for 600 yards and three touchdowns in two seasons for USC.

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