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Saturday Recruiting Notebook



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UPDATE (7:21 PM)-

**Big offer for Belle Vernon offensive tackle Blake Zubovic.

UPDATE (6:49 PM)-

UPDATE (6:31 PM)-

**Michigan 4-star cornerback Kalon Garvin is a player that Pitt and Pat Narduzzi have been recruiting since his sophomore season. Today, Garvin ended his verbal commitment to Notre Dame.

UPDATE (5:58 PM)-

**First offer of the day by Kevin Stallings and his program. 2018 forward Saddiq Bey from Sidwell Friendship School in Washington DC gets the offer. Bey holds offers from Georgetown, Miami, Rhode Island, NC State and Northwestern.

UPDATE (4:48 PM)-

**I was abit surprised to see this news. New York 2018 quarterback Matt Valecce gave a verbal commitment to Boston College. I talked with Valecce a few days ago and he told me that he wanted to have coaches evaluate him thru May. I thought he was a dark horse to commit to Pitt.

UPDATE (4:24 PM)-

**An offer goes out to a junior lineman from New Jersey. 2019 offensive tackle John Olmstead from Saint Joesph HS received the offer. Olmstead (6-6, 290) also holds offers from Rutgers, Minnesota, Nebraska, Syracuse, Virginia and UCLA.

UPDATE (3:58 PM)-

UPDATE (2:48 PM)-

**Pitt tight end target gets an offer from the hometown team.

UPDATE (10:52 AM)-

**Wright State transfer Mark Alstork with his brother and Pitt assistant Sam Ferry.

Courtesy of Mark Alstork

UPDATE (10:32 AM)-

UPDATE (9:45 AM)-

**Late last night, We found out that the Pitt football staff offered another player that’s already verbally committed to a school. Atrilleon Williams from Archbishop Stepinac HS (Yonkers, New York) received a Panther offer. Back in March, Williams gave a verbal commitment to Dino Babers and Syracuse. Williams (6-foot-2, 180 pounds) is a 247 Sports 3-star recruit with other offers from Rutgers, Boston College and Temple. Coach Salem made the offer to Williams.

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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