Video: 5th grader earns Div. 1 offerSee the talented 11-year-old quarterback showcase his skills.
Titan Lacaden won't be able to drive for another five years. He probably hasn't thought about shaving. And dating is probably still a few years away for the 11-year-old from Kapolei, Hawaii.
But the fifth-grade athlete of the Class of 2024 already has a Division I college football offer from the University of Hawaii.
When you've got the first name of Titan — you're probably a star.
On Sunday, the youth quarterback announced on Twitter that he'd received the offer from the Warriors and coach Nick Rolovich.
His father, Frank, confirmed the offer. Titan also plays running back, wide receiver, safety and kick returner. He's an incredible athlete for his age and impacts the game on both sides of the ball, as seen in the video above.
Titan's flag football team captured the 10U division title at the NFL National Flag Championship. His tackle team, the All Blacks Crusaders, went undefeated this season.
The 11-year-old Titan has some prominent role models and could become the next great talent from the Aloha State.
"He really looks up to both Marcus Mariota and Tua Tagovailoa," Frank Lacaden said.