Wednesday PSN Daily Notebook
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UPDATE (8:24 PM)-
**Two more offers made today by the Pitt coaches. First one went to New Jersey safety Evan Stewart (Montvale, New Jersey). 247 Sports rates Stewart (6-1, 190) as a 3-star prospect with offers from NC State, Virginia, Boston College, Rutgers, Northwestern and North Carolina.
The second offer went to a highly skilled linebacker from Florida. Khalan Tolson from Admiral Farragut Academy in Saint Petersburg, Florida. Tolson (6-0, 200) holds offers from South Florida, Rutgers, Mississippi State, Michigan State, Michigan, Louisville, Indiana and Cincinnati.
UPDATE (7:59 PM)-
Finally put my charm on my key ring….! #H2P pic.twitter.com/DsGIs9kKqN
— Tim Salem (@CoachTimSalem) February 8, 2017
UPDATE (2:18 PM)-
**Montour wide receiver/safety Ronnie Stevenson will attend Pitt’s Junior Day on February 18. Stevenson is a player that’s very likely to receive an offer from Pitt.
UPDATE (11:27 AM)-
Congrats to our SIX 2016 All-ACC Academic Football Team honorees! #Pitt tied for the 2nd-most selections in the conference. #H2P pic.twitter.com/8cn5AESMZc
— Pitt Football (@Pitt_FB) February 8, 2017
UPDATE (10:49 AM)-
**I just confirmed two more local recruits that will attend Pitt Junior Day later this month. Thomas Jefferson defensive tackle Devin Danielson and North Allegheny offensive tackle Derek Devine will both be attending. Danielson, who holds an offer from Pitt, will attend on the 25th while Devine will be there on the 18th.
UPDATE (9:46 AM)-
**Butler’s Jake Kradel has received another offer as Rutgers becomes the 7th school to offer the talented offensive tackle.
**Dunbar HS (Dayton, Ohio) inside linebacker Antwuan Johnson tells me that he plan something on attending Pitt’s Junior Day on February 25. 247 Sports rates Johnson as a 3-star recruit with offers from Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Iowa, Cincinnati, Louisville and West Virginia. Johnson gave an early commitment to Michigan but later de-committed.