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UPDATE (6:06 PM)-
**Pitt wil reportedly receive a visitor Saturday for the scrimmage at Heinz Field. Cameron Phillips is a 2019 wideout (6-0, 179) from Ohio. To this point, Phillips holds one offer from Illinois.
— Allen Trieu (@AllenTrieu) March 23, 2017
UPDATE (5:28 PM)-
Jared Wilson-Frame led his team to a 16 point upset of the No. 1 team in the juco tournament today. He had 23 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assists.
— Chris Dokish (@ChrisDokish) March 23, 2017
UPDATE (5:20 PM)-
**Just got a text from a national talent evaluator and here’s his take on the 2 Robert Morris commitments .
“Bain 6’8″ face up 4 man, good skills, good shooter out to 3. Coalmon, 6’6″, 3/4 versatile, tough can handle , straight line driver and can make spot up 3’s”
UPDATE (4:23 PM)-
**Andy Toole lost a couple of players to transfer today but also picked up 2 verbal commitments. First commitment was from 6-7 small forward Chris Coalmon from Manhasset, New York (Long Island High School). The second came from 6-8 power forward Charles Bain from St. John’s Northwestern Military Academy (Wisconsin).
St. John's NW Military Academy 6'8 forward Charles Bain has committed to Robert Morris. Originally from the Bahamas. Very skilled. Good get!
— Adam Finkelstein (@AdamFinkelstein) March 23, 2017
UPDATE (3:24 PM)-
**Ohio linebacker and major Pitt target Brian Asamoah picked an offer today from Bob Stoops and Oklahoma. A few days ago, Asamoah received one from Michigan State. Pitt was the first Power Five school to offer him a scholarship.
UPDATE (6:00 AM)-
**In case you missed it, Duquesne had its first casualty from the firing of Jim Ferry. Corey Evans of Rivals reports that Florida 3-star guard Jamari Wheeler has asked for his release from Duquesne. Wheeler previously signed with Duquesne during the early signing period. While this is a tough loss for Duquesne it’s not unexpected.