Thursday Daily Notebook
UPDATE (7:26 PM)-
**Unfortunate news for Duquesne tonight as they’ve lost a verbal commitment. 3-star Florida guard Darius Banks announced tonight that he’s opened up his recruiting and is no longer committed to the Dukes.
UPDATE (1:52 PM)-
**For the last week, the Penn State fan base started rumors on Twitter linking Pat Narduzzi and the opening at Purdue. Although anyone with a brain knew that that rumor had no legitimacy, Narduzzi addressed it today.
Pat Narduzzi on internet chatter linking him to Purdue: 'I don't know who makes up those rumors. I can just tell you it ain't happening.'
— Craig Meyer (@CraigMeyerPG) November 3, 2016
UPDATE (11:31 AM)-
What an inspiring way to start the morning. Thank you Dimantae for brightening the rainy day😊@DKMS_us #getswabbed #deletebloodcancer #DKMS pic.twitter.com/YPJEP0BXWm
— Charlotte Heyward (@CharHeyward) November 3, 2016
UPDATE (10:01 AM)-
**More good news for Maryland 4-star linebacker Nathan Proctor, a heavy Pitt target.
Smile! @LackeyFootball's Proctor to play in the Under Armour All-America 🏈 game on Jan.1. Read more at https://t.co/aX8ANqtsyd pic.twitter.com/Z6zQ2up9Mc
— CCPS (@CCPS) November 3, 2016
UPDATE (9:35 AM)-
**While in Florida this weekend, the Pitt staff will be out on Friday scouting. Harry Psaros reports that Panther coaches will go to the game of South Broward CB Jeffrey Lubin, who already holds an offer from Pitt. Lubin (6-2, 185) is from a talent rich part of Florida and is ranked a 3-star prospect by 247 Sports.
UPDATE (9:22 AM)-
Man, this recruit continues to pile up the offers. Washington DC 2017 DE Kofi Wardlow picks up an offer from Rutgers. Within the last week, Wardlow has received offers from Pitt, Virginia Tech and Michigan State.