On Wednesday morning, rumors started to surface that Perry was wavering and was leaning to playing for Hawaii. No one could confirm or deny the rumor until later in the morning.
The Honolulu Advertiser reported that Perry participated in a signing ceremony with seven other team mates and at that time he signed a letter of intent to play for Hawaii.
There was only one snag, Perry never faxed the letter to the Hawaii coaches, making it no better than a non-binding verbal pledge.
Brandy Burke of Kahuku High School's athletic department told Cat Tracks that Perry verballed to Arizona on Tuesday night, Hawaii on Wednesday morning and Oregon State later in the day. She also told us that Perry was on campus with a signed letter of intent in his pocket, but would not tell anyone who he was going to sign with.
Perry never did reveal who he was going to sign with and never faxed the letter. Instead, according to Burke, he met with his mother and the two were discussing the situation. Perry indicated that he would announce the decision later in the afternoon at a Red Raider basketball game.
The announcement never came. Burke told us that he was down to Arizona and Hawaii. She says that he decided to sleep on it and hopes that "it comes to him in a dream." She added that he would like to make a decision on Thursday, but will not make a final decision until he was sure.
At the time of this story, the Advertiser had not made any revisions to their story on Perry's signing, but they are the only media source making those claims. The Kahuku football team's website had a list of all of their signees and under Perry's name it lists both Hawaii and Arizona. As of midnight MST the University of Hawaii had not released a list of football signings.
Without talking with Perry himself, we can't be sure what the situation is. As of now it seems safe to say that Perry is one confused kid with a huge decision ahead of him.
Cat Tracks will update you of Perry's decision as soon as it becomes known.
Andrew Friedman contributed to this story.