For the next three months, college football recruiting is in high gear and PSN will be tracking the Pitt Panthers. Stay with PSN as we attempt to bring you the best and most updated Pitt recruiting information in Pittsburgh.
UPDATE (6:47 PM)-
**Georgia WR and Pitt target Jatavious Harris having an in-home visit tonight with Louisville.
UPDATE (6:35 PM)-
Blessed to have received my 10th offer from Kansas University!! pic.twitter.com/tJSqCz34S6
— Chase Brown (@cboogie73) November 27, 2017
UPDATE (5:31 PM)-
**Pitt 2018 commit Wendell Davis tells me that Josh Conklin and Rob Harley will be stopping by tonight at 7 PM to visit with him.
**Speaking of visits, Renaldo Hill was in his recruiting territory of Michigan. One of the players that Hill spoke with was 2019 athlete Jalen Graham, who already holds an offer from Pitt.
UPDATE (4:01 PM)-
**Pitt has extended an offer to sophomore cornerback Rashawn Williams from Detroit, Michigan. Williams (6-1, 185) is a big-time prospect with early offers from Ohio State, Kentucky, Syracuse and Temple. Williams is from the sane school (Martin Luther King HS) as cornerback Avonte Maddox.
UPDATE (3:28 PM)-
**PSN’s Harry Psaros reports that Pat Narduzzi and Shawn Watson will be meeting on Wednesday with 2018 Butler C.C. RB Kevon Abrams, who recently picked up an offer from Pitt. Psaros says that the expectation is that Abrams will have an official visit date with Pitt after the meeting.
UPDATE (1:00 PM)-
**Pitt 2018 commit Judson Tallandier tells me that Andre Powell will be in Maryland to visit him today. The talented cornerback also says that Pat Narduzzi and Renaldo Hill will be back next week to visit. Tallandier tells me that Powell be visiting him tonight at 8 PM.
UPDATE (11:08 AM)-
**Pitt 2018 QB commit Nick Patti tells PSN that tonight at 6 PM, Shawn Watson and Tim Salem will be at his home for a visit.
UPDATE (10:52 AM)-
**In case you were wondering, Pitt is still pursuing 2018 PA offensive tackle Chris Bleich but I talked to him this morning and at this point no official visit has been arranged to Pitt. Bleich is still currently committed to UCLA.
UPDATE (9:39 AM)-
**Pitt commit OT Chase Brown tells me that OL coach John Peterson will be coming to see him this Wednesday. Keep in mind that Brown already made his official visit to Pitt the weekend of the Oklahoma State game.
UPDATE (9:29 AM)-
**The Pitt coaches started their recruiting last night by stopping in on a couple of local commitments. Both, Noah Palmer and Devin Danielson received visits from 3 members of the Pitt staff. PSN has been told that Josh Conklin, Charlie Partridge and Rob Harkey were in Jefferson Hills to make visits to both Palmer and Danielson.
By the way, Palmer will make his official visit to Pitt on December 15-17.
UPDATE (8:54 AM)-
**Spoke with 2018 Ohio defensive tackle Tyler Bentley, who’s currently committed to Kentucky. Bentley tells PSN that the Pitt coaches will be in this week to visit him. Bentley tells me that on Thursday he’s scheduled to get a visit from John Peterson and Josh Conklin. Bentley will make his official to Pitt the following day (December 1). Bentley is a big priority for Pat Narduzzi and Pitt.
UPDATE (8:14 AM)-
**PSN’s Harry Psaros was working the phones yesterday with current Pitt recruits to find out when they’ll be making their official visits. Here’s what they told Harry:
John Morgan: December 1-3
Judson Tallandier: December 1-3
Blake Zubovic: December 15-17
Devin Danielson: December 15-17
Jake Kradel: December 15-17
Nick Patti: December 9
UPDATE (7:57 AM)-
**Here’s some information on talented Georgia wide receiver Jatavious Harris. Last night, Harris told PSN that he’ll be getting a in-home visit from Pitt this week. On Tuesday, Harris tells us that Pat Narduzzi, Shawn Watson and Kevin Sherman will be at his home in Georgia. This is significant because Narduzzi only gets to make one in-home visit with recruits.
Harris will be making two official visits before making his decision. On December 8 he’ll visit Pitt and will be in Louisville on December 15. Harris told us last night that he’ll make his college decision on December 19.