Dylan Collie, a wide receiver who previously played for Hawaii, has taken his graduate transfer to BYU. He's an interesting story, having started his career with the Cougars before taking a religious mission and deciding to transfer to the Warriors. Collie has more than 1,300 yards receiving in his career, and he has one year of eligibility remaining. And if the name Collie sounds familiar, that's because his older brother played a few years for the Indianapolis Colts.
And while one player is leaving Hawaii, another one is coming in. Kolney Cassel is taking a grad transfer from Sacramento State to play his final year of college football in the system he started his career in. Cassel originally signed up to play quarterback at SMU, but transferred following a coaching change. And now, Hawaii is bringing back the Run 'N Shoot, and Cassel is well versed in the system. According to our source, Cassel will enroll this summer. However, he'll be on the field this fall.