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Tuesday PSN Recruiting Notebook



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UPDATE (4:46 PM)-

**We’ve just learned of an offer Pitt’s made to a freshman athlete. B.J. Ojulari, a defensive end from Marietta, Georgia received the offers from Pitt. Ojulari (6-foot-4, 215 pounds) also holds early offers from Auburn, Georgia Tech, NC State, Syracuse and TCU.

UPDATE (1:52 PM)-

**Jermaine Harris (6-foot-8, 200 pounds) is a 247 Sports 3-star recruit with offers from Virginia Tech, West Virginia, Cincinnati, Georgetown, Miami, Providence and Xavier.

UPDATE (1:38 PM)-

**Despite already giving a verbal commitment to Florida, Pitt extended an offer this afternoon to 2019 wide receiver Frank Ladson from Miami, Florida. Ladson (6-foot-4, 170 pounds) also has offers from Auburn, Iowa, South Carolina, Georgia, Miami and South Carolina.

UPDATE (1:27 PM)-

**Robert Morris men’s basketball just got a verbal commitment for the upcoming season. Lepear Toles, a 6-foot-5 guard from Canton, Ohio committed to Andy Toole’s program. Last season, Toles played for Fork Union Military Academy.

Toles also had offers from Rice, Kent State and Akron.

UPDATE (12:24 PM)-
**PSN’s Alan Saunders reports that quarterback Bo Schneider is transferring from Pitt to Texas A&M. At this point, we believe Schneider is joining Texas A&M as a walk-on. Following last season, it was obvious that he didn’t have a future at quarterback with Pitt and in all likelihood would be moving on.

The current Pitt quarterback depth chart is Max Browne, Thomas MacVittie, Kenny Pickett and Ben DiNucci. Next year, Pitt will add current 2018 commit Nick Patti to that depth chart.

UPDATE (11:48 AM)-
The Pitt basketball program announced today that they’ll be hosting Montana and UC-Santa Barbara in the opening round games of the 11th annual Legends Classic. The game with Montana will take place on November 13 with the UC-Santa Barbara game being played on November 15.

Those opening round games will lead up to games at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn (Nov 20-21) against Penn State, Texas A&M and Oklahoma State.

UPDATE (11:34 AM)-
The Pitt basketball program has extended an offer to one of the top juniors in the country. This morning, Kevin Stallings and his staff offered 2019 small forward Precious Achiuwa. The 6-foot-7 forward is from St. Benedict’s High School (Bronx, New York) and is rated by 247 Sports as the 26th best prospect in the Class of 2019. Achiuwa holds early offers from Kansas, Ohio State, Seton Hall and St. John’s.

UPDATE (11:28 AM)-
Penn Hills 2018 wide receiver Julian Major received an offer this morning from Virginia. Last week, Major picked one up from Michigan State. To this point, he doesn’t have an offer from Pitt.

UPDATE (10:02 AM)-

**A big offer for a Pennsylvania lineman that Pitt is pursuing.

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UPDATE (8:30 AM)-

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