Less than a month away from the February 4th national signing day for high school football recruits, the University of Hawai’i football team has a vacancy on the coaching staff.
Daronte’ Jones, the secondary and associate head coach of the Rainbow Warriors, is leaving the program for Wisconsin.
Jones was an original member of head coach Norm Chow’s staff in 2012. His defensive backfield has been up-and-down, ranking 60th, 105th, and 102nd in the country in yards given up per-passing-attempt.
Jones will be working under former Warrior defensive coordinator Dave Aranda in Madison.
Hawai’i and Wisconsin will play each other in 2015, as the ‘Bows will travel to Madison on September 26th.