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UPDATE (9:56 PM)-

** It’s been a big week for Washington DC 2017 DE Kofi Wardlow. First, Wardlow picked up an offer from Pitt, then one from Virginia Tech and now tonight one from Michigan State. It’s safe to say that he’s a prospect on the rise.

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UPDATE (2:13 PM)-

** Big day for a big-time Pitt linebacker target Nathan Proctor.

UPDATE (1:08 PM)-
** Rumors have been floating around concerning Central Catholic linebacker David Adams and his commitment to Notre Dame. I was just told this afternoon by a good source that the rumors aren’t true and Adams is fully committed to Brian Kelly and Notre Dame.

UPDATE (8:52 AM)-
** Since they’ve wrapped up their 2017 recruiting class, Duquesne is busy gearing up for its 2018 class.

Jim Ferry has offered 2018 forward Aaron Nesmith from Charleston, South Carolina. Duquesne is Nesmith’s (6-5, 183) biggest offer so far.

UPDATE (8:43 AM)-
** Columbus (OH) 2018 LB Brian AsaMoah, who I believe picked up his first Power 5 offer from Pitt, was offered yesterday by Penn State. AsaMoah is going to be a highly recruited kid.

Photo courtesy of Brian AsaMoah

Photo courtesy of Brian AsaMoah

Have to start off by saying it’s laughable that a certain fan base is trying to start a rumor of Pat Narduzzi to Purdue. If you’re going to start a rumor, link him to a more realistic school not Purdue. Pat Narduzzi isn’t going ANYWHERE. Actually, it’s more realistic that James Franklin would be contacted for the Tennessee job than Narduzzi going anywhere.

** Washington DC 2018 DT Cam Goode, who’s a big Pitt target, picked up an offer from Boston College.

Cam Goode visiting Pitt in August

Photo courtesy of Cam Goode

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