Saturday PSN Recruiting Notebook
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UPDATE (6:07 PM)-
**As expected, Pitt becomes the 19th school to offer Butler OL Jake Kradel. More with him coming up.
UPDATE (5:53 PM)-
Great visit at Pitt!! pic.twitter.com/WFJtm0rEcO
— Eric Wills, II (@EricWillsWR) February 25, 2017
UPDATE (5:22 PM)-
**Buffalo has offered two players from Central Catholic.
Very blessed & excited to announce that I've received my 3rd Division 1 offer from the University at Buffalo❗️ #HornsUp🤘🏼 pic.twitter.com/M2dSFGAdWc
— Khalil Weathers (@Finesiin_Guap) February 25, 2017
UPDATE (4:49 PM)-
**Michigan athlete Jaylan Franklin, who holds an offer from Pitt, at Pitt Junior Day.
Great visit at Pitt 🏈🏔⛰🗻 pic.twitter.com/0HVwqJ1fhL
— Jaylan (@JaylanFranklin_) February 25, 2017
2018 Junior Highlights on @Hudl https://t.co/T08nIKSvtL #hudl
— Jaylan (@JaylanFranklin_) October 25, 2016
UPDATE (4:38 PM)-
**For the third time today, Pitt has offered a defensive end. Richmond, Virginia DE Chris Collins got the news while at Junior Day. Collins has numerous offers including ones from Georgia and Michigan State.
UPDATE (4:28 PM)-
Awesome time today at Pitt. Great atmosphere all around. Thanks to @CoachDuzzPittFB @coachjpete @CoachTimSalem for a great day #H2P pic.twitter.com/uuZAlArnmF
— Michael Griggs (@mikegriggs75) February 25, 2017
UPDATE (4:18 PM)-
Blessed to say that I've been offered by the University of Pittsburgh @Pitt_FB @SaylorBlairFB. Thank you @CoachTimSalem for everything. pic.twitter.com/IYKFtz3NEv
— “OWEH” (@JaysonOweh) February 25, 2017
UPDATE (2:52 PM)-
**Washington DC offensive lineman Aidan Rafferty at Junior Day.
UPDATE (12:22 PM)-
UPDATE (11:55 AM)-
**Freedom 2019 linebacker Cody Ross visiting Toledo.
Had a great visit at Toledo, especially with UT Strength Coach @CoachBichey #RocketPride pic.twitter.com/DvHKWu33uL
— Cody Ross® (@43legacy) February 25, 2017
UPDATE (11:10 AM)-
**Here’s Blairstown, New Jersey DE Jayson Oweh (6-foot-6-inches, 240 pounds) with his family. Oweh has offers from Rutgers, Boston College, Louisville and Temple.
UPDATE (10:50 AM)-
Columbus, Ohio 2019 running back John Branham at Pitt Junior Day.
UPDATE (10:32 AM)-
**Our first picture of the day from Junior Day is from Franklin Regional OL/LB Bryce Lauer.
UPDATE (10:23 AM)-
**The first offer of the day by Pitt goes to a defensive end from Ohio. Blake Bacevich from St. Xavier HS in Cincinnati, who’s at Pitt Junior Day, has received an offer. This is Bacevich’s first Power 5 offer, with his other two coming from Cincinnati and Toledo.
Check out my junior year highlight – https://t.co/elDYY8ZZrY
— Blake Bacevich (@BBacevich) December 7, 2016
UPDATE (7:59 AM)-
**According to Corey Evans of Rivals, Pitt will be hosting a big-time prospect today for today’s game vs. North Carolina.
Sophomore center Qudus Wahab (6-foot-11-inches, 235 pounds) from Virginia Academy will be at “The Pete.” 247 Sports rates Wahab as a 4-star prospect and lists him as the 41st best overall sophomore in the country. Wahab currently holds offers from Clemson, Virginia Tech and Rutgers.
UPDATE (7:27 AM)-
**A visitor is on his way to Pittsburgh. Antonio Colclough (6-foot-4-inches, 217 pounds) is a defensive end from Cardinal Hayes HS in the Bronx, New York.
On My Way To The University Of Pittsburgh 🔷⭐️#H2P
— H A R L 3 M (@AntonioBCole) February 25, 2017
UPDATE (7:18 AM)-
**The Pitt basketball team continues its pursuit of Mars 2018 star guard Robby Carmody.
Pitt was in this evening for four star 2018 Mars High guard Robby Carmody
— Corey Evans (@coreyevans_10) February 25, 2017
UPDATE (7:14 AM)-
**I’m not going to make a prediction about if Pitt will receive a commitment this weekend from Junior Day but I will predict that the first commitment Pitt gets will be from an offensive lineman.
UPDATE (7:11 AM)-
**Late last night, Huber Heights, Ohio DE Alex Reigelsperger released his Top 10 and it included the Panthers: Kentucky, Pitt, Iowa State, Cincinnati, Iowa, Minnesota, Rutgers, West Virginia, Duke and Wisconsin.