Where will we see the Pitt coaches today? As Panther coaches spend the week recruiting, PSN will try to find who and where they’re recruiting today.
UPDATE (7:32 PM)-
**Pitt assistant Charlie Partridge is at Thomas Jefferson tonight watching two of his future position players, Devin Danielson and Noah Palmer.
— Charlie Partridge (@CoachPartridge) November 3, 2017
UPDATE (6:23 PM)-
**Second of the day to a player from Bergen Catholic (New Jersey) as Javontae Jean-Baptiste, who is a safety/linebacker. This offer is interesting because Jean-Baptiste is a senior. We’ll have more on this.
UPDATE (6:12 PM)-
**Pitt extends an offer to this New Jersey sophomore safety.
— Jordan Morant (@jordanmorantt) November 3, 2017
UPDATE (3:00 PM)-
**Pitt coaches tweeting good luck to 2018 4-Star Florida wide receiver Dominik Watt, who has interest in Pitt.
UPDATE (12:44 PM)-
**Pitt continues to try and make a dent in the state of Michigan. PSN spoke with 2019 cornerback MJ Griffin from Saline, Michigan. Griffin tells PSN that he’s spoken with Pitt assistants Renaldo Hill and Da’Vell Winters. At this point, Griffin (6-1, 180) holds offers from Cincinnati, Indiana, Iowa State, Kentucky, Louisville and Temple. Could a Pitt offer be coming soon? Griffin tells PSN that he’ll be visiting Pitt this coming Thursday for the North Carolina game.
UPDATE (9:42 AM)-
**Just talked with 2018 Ohio defensive tackle Tyler Bentley who told me that Pitt assistant coach John Peterson will be at his playoff game tonight. Bentley, who’s currently committed to Kentucky, is a big-time defensive line talent that Pitt would love to flip. Bentley has told PSN that he will make an official visit to Pitt in December.
UPDATE (8:51 AM)-
**A candidate to get an offer is 2019 defensive end Noah Potter from Mentor, Ohio. The 3-star end tells PSN that he’s receiving multiple messages a week from Pat Narduzzi. Potter (6-foot-5, 250 pounds) was just offered by Ohio State and previously held offers from Penn State, Boston College, Duke, Iowa State, North Carolina and NC State.
UPDATE (6:49 AM)-
**Yesterday, we told you that despite being committed to UCLA, Pitt continues to recruit offensive tackle Chris Bleich.
We’ve learned of another committed player that Pitt has kept in contact with despite being committed elsewhere.
A couple of weeks ago, Virginia running back Cole Beck committed to hometown Virginia Tech but Pitt has kept the communication going.
From what I’m told, WR coach Kevin Sherman has called Beck weekly to just talk and stay in touch.
Beck really likes Virginia Tech so nothing will likely come from it but you never know.