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UPDATE (8:33 PM)-
Robert Morris has offered Justin Tucker (6'7, F, 2018) of Indian River State @C_Wilson21
— JucoRecruiting.com (@JucoRecruiting) September 21, 2017
UPDATE (2:15 PM)-
Looks like @Pitt_FB will get fullback George Aston back on Saturday. He's listed by Pat Narduzzi as probable
— Pgh Sports Now (@PghSportsNow) September 21, 2017
UPDATE (11:48 AM)-
**Pitt is trying to close with 2018 4-star forward Saddiq Bey.
Pitt head coach Kevin Stallings will complete an in-home visit tonight with Rivals150 Sidwell wing Saddiq Bey @PantherLair
— Corey Evans (@coreyevans_10) September 20, 2017
UPDATE (10:09 AM)-
**Just talked with Dan Urban, the AAU coach of Austin Rotroff, who committed to Keith Dambrot and Duquesne this week. Here’s his evaluation of Rotroff:
“6’10 C with 7’3 wingspan. … Best basketball is way ahead of him. Hasn’t played against elite talent until this past AAU season and I’m sold on the fact that if he played elite AAU for 3 years he’s a top 5-10 center in the country. Great hands, great feet, outstanding finisher around the rim, can shoot it out to 23 feet, great touch. Once he gets with Duquesne and knowing Coach Dambrot is great at developing bigs, Austin will be an impact player in the A10.”
UPDATE (7:12 AM)-
**Kennedy Catholic 2019 guard Maceo Austin, who has offers from both Pitt and Duquesne, is getting more interest.
Purdue and St. Joes will be at Kennedy Catholic HS tonight to see 6'5 2019 G @MaceoAustin5
— Thomas Droney (@tdroney_itps) September 20, 2017
UPDATE (6:34 AM)-
**Week 4 highlights of Pitt running back target Cole Beck.
— Cole Beck (@ColetonBeck) September 21, 2017
UPDATE (5:40 AM)-
**Former WPIAL product (Southmoreland HS) Brandon Stone received an offer last night from Houston. Stone is now playing at a prep school in North Carolina. The 2019 recruit is a big target of Duquesne.
After watching yesterday, Kelvin Sampson offered 2019 big man Brandon Stone of Christ School. pic.twitter.com/dgs3hbJK7K
— Justin Byerly (@JustinByerly) September 21, 2017