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UPDATE (8:48 PM)-
**Georgia wide receiver Jatavious Harris narrowed his list of offers down to eight and Pitt made the cut. Harris (6-3, 184) is a 247 Sports 3-star receiver with 24 offers.
Talking with my parents I've decided to narrow my options down where I feel best! HERE IS MY TOP8⃣ pic.twitter.com/dCTzwO6Lev
— Jatavious Harris (@screamtaaye) April 9, 2017
UPDATE (8:42 PM)-
**2017 guard David Collins visited Duquesne this weekend.
USF HC is doing a home visit with '17 David Collins ( @Firstlove_hoops ) today
— PGH Bball Report (@PGHbballReport) April 9, 2017
UPDATE (8:34 PM)-
UPDATE (5:59 PM)-
— Pittsburgh Sports Now (@PghSportsNow) April 8, 2017
UPDATE (2:55 PM)-
Erie CB/WR Terry Roberts visited Pitt today. Hope to have more on him shortly.
— Terry Roberts (@troberts2502) February 1, 2017
UPDATE (1:22 PM)-
**Duquesne has offered 2017 power forward Nick Washington (6-foot-8, 225 pounds) from South Kent High School. Washington is making a visit this weekend to Duquesne.
UPDATE (12:55 PM)-
Pitt will host Towson as part of its 2017-18 non-conference schedule, per a source.
— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) April 8, 2017
UPDATE (11:21 AM)-
**Interesting offer this morning by Pitt. Safety Jeremiah Salaam from Frostproof, Florida received an offer from the Panthers. Salaam (6-foot-1, 180 pound) isn’t rated by 247 Sports but holds offers from Notre Dame, Kentucky, South Florida and Vanderbilt.
UPDATE (10:46 AM)-
**Reportedly, Duquesne is looking at a talented player that’s transferring from the SEC. Missouri guard Frankie Hughes has gotten his release from the university. Duquesne along with Minnesota, Wichita State and Dayton have interest in Hughes, who would have to sit a year and three years of eligibility remaining.
UPDATE (10:33 AM)-
**Washington DC quarterback Kevin Doyle is in Pittsburgh and visiting Pitt this weekend.
UPDATE (9:44 AM)-
**Will Duquesne receive a commitment this weekend? Well, Keith Dambrot and his program will have plenty of recruits on campus this weekend.
Pittsburgh Sports Now has confirmed that Michigan players Jack Ballantyne and Jermaine Jackson, along with Virginia guard Joshua Colon are in Pittsburgh this weekend.
Reportedly, South Kent 6-foot-8 power forward Nick Washington and Miami Dade 6-foot-9 power forward Marko Krivacevic will also be visiting this weekend.
UPDATE (9:36 AM)-
**Kevin Stallings and Pitt are hosting an intriguing player this weekend. Former Cleveland State player Rob Edwards, who’s transferring, will be on campus this weekend.
Last season, Edwards led Cleveland State by averaging 16.5 points and 4.5 rebounds per game. The talented guard sought a transfer after the recent hire of Dennis Felton as head coach.
Edwards would have to sit a year and would have two years of eligibility remaining.