The University of Hawaii football team wrapped up their week-long fall camp visit to Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam over the weekend.
School started on Monday and practice for the Warriors continued in the afternoon.
The season opener against top-ranked USC is just 12 days away, and the coaches like the progress quarterback Sean Schroeder has made.
He's a 6-feet-3-inch, 200-pound junior transfer from Duke who has a good grasp of his team's pro set offense.
"I think it's just cleaning stuff up. First week -- you put a lot of new things in. Now, it's just refining those things making it so it's second nature as we get to the line and we're able to do more things, make more checks," said Schroeder.
Practice resumes Tuesday at 4 p.m.
In other Warrior news, UCLA's Iuta Tepa is transferring to UH. The 6-foot-3-inch, 255-pound defensive end will probably switch to outside linebacker for the Warriors. In three seasons with the Bruins, he logged 43 tackles in 34 games with three sacks and 11 stops for a loss of yards. Tepa is also a former high school teammate with Warriors linebacker George Daily-Lyles.