“The visit went very good,” he said. “He came to visit me at basketball practice first. Then we headed to my house, talked to my parents. Basically, we talked about what’s the plan. He’ll be getting back to me on the offer very soon. That he’s not looking for me to redshirt when I get in; he’s looking for me to come in and play.”
By now, most Panther fans have heard of Kyle Nunn. The 6’3” 190-pound linebacker recruit from Findlay, Ohio committed to Pitt back on 4/17/16, and hasn’t wavered on his commitment since. Pitt’s linebackers coach, Rob Harley, visited Kyle at his home on Wednesday night just days before Nunn will take his official visit to the University of Pittsburgh on December 9th. Pittsburgh Sports Now contacted Kyle to learn more about his visit with Coach Harley, and to verify the solidity of his commitment.
The Panthers have been bowl eligible since their win over Clemson. But these days, that’s hardly something to brag about, since there are 80 berths available. You don’t even have to have a winning record.
INDIAN HEAD, Md. — Nathan Proctor is a big-time prospect.
The 6-foot-2, 205-pound outside linebacker has a four-star rating from 247 Sports and has collected over 30 Division-I college scholarships, and not just from the bottom rungs, either. Pitt, Miami, Tennessee, West Virginia, Notre Dame, North Carolina, Wisconsin, Florida, Georgia, Virginia Tech, Louisville, Penn State, Ole Miss, UCLA, Syracuse, Missouri and his home state school of Maryland are among the power-five schools that have given him an offer, and that’s not an exhaustive list.
While in Florida Wednesday night, Head Coach Pat Narduzzi visited 2017 defensive end recruit Deslin Alexandre. Alexandre, who is currently committed to North Carolina State, revealed to Pittsburgh Sports Now what was discussed with the Panthers’ second year head coach.
“We discussed how they really like me and they would like me to come to Pitt,” Deslin said. “They spoke to my parents about it also.”
As a player that Pat Narduzzi has offered and would obviously like to see wear the Blue and Gold, what kind of pitch did he use to sell Deslin on the University of Pittsburgh?