Cedar Hill’s 3-star wide receiver Quin Bright is headed to Hawaii to “play in paradise”. Bright signed with the Rainbow Warriors Wednesday afternoon during National Signing Day.
As one of the fastest players in Texas, Bright has a lot to offer Coach Todd Graham. Bright also runs track at Cedar Hill where he has run 10.98 in the 100 meters, 21.49 in the 200 and finished second at state as a freshman in the 4×100 relay team. As a sophomore, Bright finished third at state in the 4×100 relay with a school-record time of 40.08. Bright doesn’t platoon running track in college with hopes to focus on football full time. “The main goal is to get to the NFL,” Bright said.
After de-committing from Texas Tech in January and former Allen Eagles coach Graham being named the head coach at Hawaii later that same month, Cedar Hill coach Carlos Lynn knew he had to reach out on Bright’s behalf.
Graham and Lynn go way back. Graham recruited Lynn to be a part of his team when he was the defensive coordinator at East Central University in Oklahoma in the ‘90s. Lynn sent a high-light video of Bright to Graham and the rest is history.
Bright chose Hawaii over the likes of Georgia, Baylor, Arkansas, Oklahoma State, Rutgers, Missouri and more.