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UPDATE (9:23 PM)-
**Jeannette safety Robert Kennedy will be at the Pitt Blue/Gold game this weekend.
Pitt spring game Saturday 👀
— ROBERT KENNEDY (@_poogie2x) April 11, 2017
UPDATE (6:56 PM)-
**A couple of offers tonight by the Pitt football staff to two big time recruits.
Defensive end Patrick Joyner from Homestead, Florida picked up a Pitt offer. Interesting part is that Joyner is already committed to Florida State. This has the look of an offer from Charlie Partridge.
Then minutes ago, the Panthers offered 4-star defensive tackle Tyler Bentle from West Chester, Ohio.
Bentley holds offers from Alabama, LSU, Kentucky, Tennessee and Wisconsin.
UPDATE (3:14 PM)-
**Pitt 2017 commitment Shamiel Stevenson wins dunk contest.
— Athlete Institute Basketball (@ai_bball) April 10, 2017
UPDATE (2:07 PM)-
UPDATE (2:00 PM)-
Pitt quarterback Nathan Peterman has workouts for Steelers, Bills, Chiefs, Patriots, according to a source. Texans were at his Pro Day
— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) April 10, 2017
UPDATE (1:54 PM)-
**PSN has confirmed that Belle Vernon OT Blake Zubovic, a huge Pitt target, will be at the Spring Game this Saturday.
UPDATE (12:51 PM)-
**After visiting them over the weekend, Duquesne has extended an offer to South Kent forward Nick Washington. Aside from Duquesne, Washington (6-8, 225) has also visited visited Georgetown and is considering a visit to UC Santa Barbara. Oregon State is also showing interest. I believe Washington is a diamond in the rough.
UPDATE (10:00 AM)-
**Robert Snead is a outside linebacker from North Arlington, New Jersey. His recruitment is a bit slow because he fractured his foot four games into his junior season. He’s healthy now and schools are showing interest and one of those teams are the Pitt Panthers.
Snead is in contact with Coach Salem who plans on visiting Snead in May. Last night, I talked to him about his recruitment and Pitt.
“Just spoke with Coach Salem today. My coach told me about him and when we talked, he told me he will be visiting in early May,” said Snead.
“Pitt is a great program with great academics and great players in the NFL. I love how they play an aggressive defense and I feel I’d be a good fit as an edge rusher.”
At this point, Snead is waiting for his first offer but Rutgers could be a school that’s close to offering him. Snead has upcoming trips planned to UConn, Georgia, Alabama and possibly Arkansas.
“That first offer will be big because I feel like I’m going to be a top player in college and the first team to recognize that will definitely be special to me,” said Snead.
“I just started talking to Pitt so I don’t know their plans for offering but if they do they will be getting a strong, grinding player that takes no days off who wants to be the best and is ready to prove it.”