The month of May has been about the Pitt coaches on the road evaluating potential recruits. As we’re set to enter June, the Panther coaches will again be looking at recruits but in a different way.
Starting this Saturday and for every Saturday in the month of June, the Pitt football program will be hosting a variety of speciality camps.
— Pat Narduzzi (@CoachDuzzPittFB) May 28, 2017
Not only will Pat Narduzzi will looking at players that could earn scholarships, he’ll also be hosting recruits that already hold offers from Pitt. Pittsburgh Sports Now is learning that players will be visiting the Panthers staff throughout the week.
Over the past few days, PSN has reached out to a number of players who’ve confirmed to us their visits dates to Pittsburgh. As we hear back from more players, we’ll update this story.
Jimmy McKenna (6-5, 245) OT, Avon, Ohio: McKenna has held a Pitt offer since November of 2016. McKenna will be in Pittsburgh and visit this coming Sunday, June 4th.
Blake Zubovic (6-6, 300) OT, Belle Vernon HS: Zubovic is a major priority for Pitt and tells PSN that he’ll be visiting the Pitt coaches this coming Wednesday. As far as a decision date for the big offensive tackle, Zubovic plans on making a decision in July.
John Morgan (6-2, 235) DE, Hyattsville, Maryland: Morgan picked up a Pitt offer back in October of 2016. The talented athlete visited Pitt during Junior Day in February. A lot of people believe that Morgan’s decision could come down to Pitt and Penn State. Morgan tells PSN that he’ll be in Pittsburgh this coming Sunday, June 4th.
Devin Danielson (6-3, 290) DT, Thomas Jefferson HS: Danielson is one of if not Pitt’s top defensive line targets for 2018. Danielson is the teammate of defensive end Noah Palmer, who just committed to Pitt. Danielson will be on the South Side this Tuesday to meet with the Pitt coaches.
Tyler Devera (6-4, 220) TE, Oradell, New Jersey: Devera is still looking for his first D-1 offer and will be working out at Pitt’s camp this Saturday.
Jake Kradel (6-4, 290) DT/OL, Butler High School: Kradel told PSN last night that he’d be visiting Pitt today (Tuesday). If you’ve been following Kradel’s recruitment, you know that he’s a high priority for Pitt.