Former USC quarterback Max Wittek visited Texas for its spring game Saturday, multiple sources confirmed.

Wittek was on Texas' campus for the third time this spring since electing to transfer, and the second time since the Longhorns began spring practice.

Wittek, a backup for the Trojans in 2013, is completing his degree at USC this semester and would have two seasons of eligibility remaining. He's expected to make his decision in the next month.

Texas continues to seek help at quarterback, particularly after David Ash suffered a foot fracture earlier this month. Sophomore Tyrone Swoopes took the first-team snaps at the spring game Saturday and was backed up by converted tight end Miles Onyegbule and walk-on Trey Holtz. Freshman Jerrod Heard joins the program in June.

Wittek, who has also taken a visit to Hawaii, threw for 600 yards and three touchdowns in two seasons at USC.