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UPDATE (9:47 PM)-
**Montour 2018 wide receiver Ronnie Stevenson gives a verbal commitment to Temple.
— Ronnie Stevenson (@Ron_S21) June 12, 2017
UPDATE (9:15 PM)-
**2019 Virginia defensive end/tight end Brandon Smith (6-foot-3, 210 pounds) picks up Pitt offer. Smith also holds offers from Florida State, Penn State, Virginia Tech, Georgia, Louisville, Tennessee, among others.
Check out my Sophomore Season Highlights….📚🏈https://t.co/bNWdwOxUQp
— Brandon Smith (@brand0n_smith12) April 6, 2017
UPDATE (8:45 PM)-
UPDATE (7:52 PM)-
**2018 Florida athlete Jeshaun Jones picked up an offer from Pitt today. Jones (6-foot-1, 175 pounds) recently announced a Top 11. Is Pitt too late?
— Jeshaun Jones (@JeshaunJones06) May 29, 2017
UPDATE (7:46 PM)-
**For awhile, Pitt looked like the leader for Lima, Ohio tight end Keaton Upshaw. That’s no longer the case as he picks up another ACC offer. This could be a 3-team race between Cincinnati, Kentucky and Louisville.
UPDATE (4:42 PM)-
**For the second time in the past week, Pitt has offered a scholarship to the son of a former Steeler. Last week it was Ryan Clark today it’s Joey Porter’s son.
— Joey Porter Jr. (@jjporter_1) June 11, 2017
UPDATE (12:04 PM)-
**Washington DC defensive tackle Cam Goode commits to Virginia Tech. A year ago, I thought for sure he would’ve committed to Pitt. Not sure what happened because at one point he was very high on them.
UPDATE (11:20 AM)-
Preseason college football rankings: Alabama leads Top 25 against open playoff field https://t.co/GdYyhAfttE
— Bill Bender (@BillBender92) June 11, 2017
UPDATE (11:17 AM)-
**Sophomore quarterback at Pitt this morning.
UPDATE (7:39 AM)-
**2018 wide receiver Kevin Johnson from Burlington, New Jersey will be camping with Pitt this morning. Johnson (5-foot-11, 185 pounds) is looking for his first D-1 offer.
**As PSN reported last night, Aliquippa safety Kwantel Raines will also be on the South Side. This is the second weekend in a row that Raines has visited Pitt.