Ron Lee has resigned as wide receivers coach at Hawaii after 11 seasons on the staff. The coaching tree has come up with five potential replacements:
Mouse Davis - A long time coach who has spent time as a head coach, offensive coordinator, and position coach in high school, college, and the NFL. Last coached at Portland State as offensive coordinator in 2008. Coached RBs and special teams at Hawaii from 2004-2006.
Glenn Thomas - currently an offensive quality control assistant with the Atlanta Falcons. He has been an offensive coordinator at Midwestern State after three years as a GA at the same school and three years as a student assistant coach at Texas Tech. In 2000, Thomas' last year in Lubbock, he worked with current Hawaii head coach Greg McMackin, who was the Red Raiders' defensive coordinator from 2000-2002.
Inoke Funaki - former Hawaii QB, Funaki signed on as a graduate assistant with the Warriors for the fall. No experience and just finished his playing career, but at this point in the year, options are relatively limited.
Ken Margerum - played receiver at Stanford from 1977-80 and spent 7 seasons in the NFL with the Bears and 49ers. Following his playing career, Margerum spent three years as an assistant coach at the Hawaiian Prep Academy, then coached the wide receivers at Hawaii in 1996 before becoming head coach at Menlo College. Has also coached at Cal, Stanford, and was most recently an assistant at San Jose State.
Craig Stutzmann - former Hawaii WR spent 2008 as a graduate assistant in Greg McMackin's first year as head coach. Spent the '09 season coaching wide receivers at Portland State and joined Memphis this spring as a GA. Craig's younger brother, Billy Ray, is currently a wide receiver for the Warriors.
Update: Mouse Davis has been hired as the Wide Receivers coach at Hawaii.