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UPDATE (1:13 PM)-
**We have the second offer of the day by Duquesne to a junior guard. 2018 shooting guard Duane Washington from Grands Rapid, Michigan has picked up an offer from the Dukes. Washington also has offers from Detroit, St. Joe’s, Oakland, Western Michigan and Toledo.
UPDATE (1:01 PM)-
**Not the news that Andy Toole wanted to hear but the team’s best returning player is leaving the program. Sophomore guard Isaiah Still announced today he’s transferring from Robert Morris. Still led the Colonials in scoring last season with 15 points per game. Sources tell PSN that Still believes he can play and get attention from bigger D-1 schools. He’ll have to sit this upcoming season and will have two years of eligibility remaining.
UPDATE (12:49 PM)-
**Another offer extended by the new Duquesne coaching staff. 2018 point guard Brandon Wade (6-foot-1, 175 pounds) from Ann Arbor, Michigan was offered today. 247 Sports reports that Wade also holds offers from Akron, Eastern Michigan and Toledo.
UPDATE (12:21 PM)-
**This latest mock draft has a Pitt Panther going in the first round.
Folks, we've done it: This mock draft gets even more of all 32 picks correct https://t.co/WOJ7aevOQX
— Danny Kelly (@DannyBKelly) March 28, 2017
UPDATE (10:29 AM)-
**A source tells Pittsburgh Sports Now that new Duquesne coach Kevin Dambrot just conducted his first team meeting and later this afternoon will meet with each player individually.
UPDATE (10:13 AM)-
**A new offer from the Pitt football team went out last night. 2019 DE Savion Jackson (Clayton, North Carolina) picked up an offer from the Panthers. Jackson also holds offers from North Carolina, Duke, NC State and South Carolina.
UPDATE (10:20 AM)-
Keith Dambrot is a great coach and an even begetter evaluator. @DuqMBB that is very important Great hire
— Seth Greenberg (@SethOnHoops) March 28, 2017
UPDATE (9:54 AM)-
**The Pitt football team is back at practice this morning and will have at least two recruits visiting and watching practice. Both North Allegheny OT Derek Devine and Ohio RB Ra’veion Hargrove are scheduled to be at Panther’s practice.