Union High School graduate Lincoln Victor has announced his plans to leave the University of Hawaii and enter the transfer portal.
Victor was the 2018 Associated Press high school state player of the year after leading Union to the Class 4A state championship. He has spent the past two seasons at Hawaii.
“I have remained off social media during this process to make the right decision that best fits me as an athlete,” Victor posted on social media Monday. “I am excited for this next chapter in my life. With that being said, I will be entering the transfer portal for this upcoming year. Please respect my decision. Mahalo. LV.”
Victor appeared in all 12 games last season as a freshman for Hawaii as a receiver and returner. He led the team with 22 kickoff returns for 494 yards. He caught 10 passes for 86 yards and three touchdowns and rushed twice for 49 yards.
During the abbreviated 2020 season, he appeared in five games, catching two passes for 17 yards and returned just one kickoff for 17 yards. Hawaii will play Houston in the New Mexico Bowl on Dec. 24. Victor is no longer listed on the team’s roster.