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UPDATE (9:01 PM)-
**Big-time talent freshman Ethan Morton from Butler gets an offer from Duquesne. Third offer of the night to a local player from the Dukes.
UPDATE (8:33 PM)-
**Keith Dambrot offers another local player that was on campus this past weekend. Tre Mitchell from Elizabeth Forward picks up the offer. Mitchell (6-foot-9, 225 pounds) is only a freshman and averaged 19 points per game last season. However, Mitchell has decided to transfer and will play next season at Woodstock Academy in Connecticut. This is already Mitchell’s third offer.
Thankful to have received my 3rd offer from Duquesne🤘🏽🔵🔴 pic.twitter.com/JeMTZhUlqB
— ™ (@tre_mitch33) June 20, 2017
UPDATE (8:21 PM)-
— 🏀b stone🚀 (@b_stone23) June 20, 2017
UPDATE (7:33 PM)-
**2018 cornerback Jamari Brown from Pompano Beach, Florida released his Top 7 and it includes Pitt. 247 Sports rates Brown (6-foot-3, 180 pounds) as a 3-star recruit.
UPDATE (5:30 PM)-
**Andrew Slater of 247 Sports reports that Maryland 4-star point guard Noah Locke will visit on Wednesday. Locke (6-foot-2, 160 pounds) is from Owings Mills, Maryland and also holds offers from Florida, Cincinnati, Marquette, Maryland, Notre Dame, Providence, USC, UNLV, Virginia and Virginia Tech.
— 𝒜𝓃𝒹𝓇ℯ𝓌 𝒮𝓁𝒶𝓉ℯ𝓇 (@Andrew__Slater) June 19, 2017
UPDATE (5:26 PM)-
**Duquesne and Robert Morris target 2019 forward Brandon Stone recruiting news.
Excited for Davidson and Penn State this weekend 💪🏻💯🏀
— 🏀b stone🚀 (@b_stone23) June 19, 2017
UPDATE (5:04 PM)-
— James Hudgins III (@HudginsIii) June 19, 2017
**Aliquippa safety Kwantel Raines on his visit today to Florida.
— Evolve (@Evolve2tenths) June 19, 2017
UPDATE (4:59 PM)-
**Virginia 2018 running back Coleton Beck tells PSN that he plans on visiting Pitt this coming Saturday. Beck is a high priority running back for Pitt.
UPDATE (4:55 PM)-
— Rahmon Hart Jr. (@_rjhart) June 19, 2017
UPDATE (4:52 PM)-
Bumped into incoming Pitt DT Kam Carter in Oakland. He said he'll wear No. 5, keeping alive Tyrique Jarrett's small-number-big-man tradition
— Brian Batko (@BrianBatko) June 19, 2017