The PSN Recruiting Notebook is sponsored by J&D Waterproofing. If you have any home issues, don’t cry, call 1-800-VERY-DRY.
UPDATE (7:08 PM)-
**Very classy gesture by Pitt to honor the late Dan Rooney tomorrow.
— Pat Narduzzi (@CoachDuzzPittFB) April 14, 2017
UPDATE (5:43 PM)-
**4-star 2018 cornerback Trenell Troutman picked up an offer from Pitt. Interesting that Troutman is committed already to Louisville. The Ft. Lauderdale native (St. Thomas Aquinas HS) committed to Louisville back in July of 2016.
UPDATE (4:47 PM)-
**PSN has confirmed that Seneca Valley 2019 TE/LB Jake Stebbins will be at the Pitt Spring Game tomorrow.
Check out my sophomore highlights ???????? RT RT RT ???????? https://t.co/0zKbjHxLAi
— Jake Stebbins (@jsteb33) November 22, 2016
UPDATE (2:32 PM)-
— Pitt Athletics (@Pitt_ATHLETICS) April 14, 2017
UPDATE (1:21 PM)-
— Mike Bires (@mikebires) April 14, 2017
UPDATE (1:10 PM)-
**Two more visitors to Pitt’s scrimmage tomorrow as Mike Holt (6-3, 260 pounds) DT/DE and WR Dominic Lyles both from DeMatha HS in Hyattsville, Maryland will be in attendance.
— Michael Holt Jr. (@_kingmike_44_) November 21, 2016
UPDATE (1:04 PM)-
**Ft. Lauderdale, Fla (St. Thomas Aquinas HS) safety Adetutu Daranijo received an offer from Pitt today. Daranijo (5-10, 190 pounds) also holds offers from Missouri, Fresno State and East Carolina.
UPDATE (12:15 PM)-
**Woodland Hills 2018 athlete Naszhir Taylor will be attending the Pitt Spring Game tomorrow.
UPDATE (11:29 AM)-
Pitt grad transfer Cam Johnson tells me he still has not cut his list or set any visits. Immediately eligible. Averaged 11.9 PPG.
— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) April 14, 2017
UPDATE (11:24 SM)-
**Talked to 2018 South Fatette TE/LB Noah Plack-Tallerico who visited Pitt yesterday.
“It went pretty well. I came and watched the practice for the day. I haven’t talked to them too much but they’ve come to school a couple times and talked with me real quick. I plan on attending their camp this summer for the 3rd straight year.”
Junior Year PLEASE RT ‼️???? https://t.co/iQtcBLiPVt
— Noah Plack-Tallerico (@ntpt223) November 9, 2016
UPDATE (11:16 AM)-
**Kevin Stallings and the basketball program will host 2 talented potential transfers today. Former St. John’s guard Malik Ellison and former Baylor grad transfer Al Freeman will be making official visits this weekend. Freeman would be eligible to play this season.