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UPDATE (10:08 PM)-
#Pitt offers 2018 Fort Lauderdale, FL (Westminster Academy) point guard Zach Scott @zvck_bvllin1
— Harry G. Psaros (@PittGuru) June 3, 2017
UPDATE (7:30 PM)-
**Aside from getting a couple of commitments today, Pitt also offered a 2019 quarterback. Garrett Shrader (6-5, 190) from Charlotte, North Carolina picked up the offer. Shrader also has early offers from East Carolina and Louisville.
UPDATE (1:53 PM)-
**This running back from Virginia received a Pitt offer last week and is really starting to blow up.
— Cole Beck (@ColetonBeck) June 2, 2017
UPDATE (1:30 PM)-
Mike’l Simms has committed to VCU per source. Huge pick up for @CoachRhoades and staff! Local from Highland Springs HS, 6’5 guard, baller!
— VCU Ram Nation (@VCURamNation) June 2, 2017
UPDATE (9:52 AM)-
**Lackawanna C.C. offensive tackle Chase Brown visited Pitt yesterday and it sounds like things went very well for both sides. Brown tells PSN, “It went great. I loved the school and the facilities. I liked how they run everything and I like the coaching staff. They really want me to come there and they think I can help them out if I do. I’d say they are my number one school right now.”
UPDATE (9:43 AM)-
**New Jersey linebacker Nick DeNucci told PSN this morning that he’ll be visiting Pitt in 3 weeks. DeNucci holds a Pitt offer and also has ones from Boston College, Louisville, Maryland, Navy, Duke, Wake Forest, Purdue, Rutgers, Syracuse and West Virginia.
UPDATE (9:00 PM)-
UPDATE (8:26 PM)-
— Chase Brown (@cboogie73) June 2, 2017
UPDATE (8:08 PM)-
**Congragulations to East Allegheny tight end TJ Banks who’s been moved to a 4-star recruit by Rivals. Banks is a heavy target of Pitt and someone that I think are in a good position to land.
UPDATE (8:04 PM)-
**Pitt with an offer tonight to a 2018 athlete from Florida. Fa’Najae Gotay (6-0, 205) from Fort Myers received the offer. Gotay also holds offers from Arizona, Iowa State, Louisville, Maryland, NC State, Syracuse and Washington State.