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— Phil Jurkovec (@pjurkovec) January 5, 2018
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Can’t wait to be in Pittsburgh tomorrow 🙌🏾
— Chase Brown (@cboogie73) January 5, 2018
UPDATE (6:31 PM)-
**Another offer today by Pitt to a junior. Safety Jeremiah Smith (6-2, 180) from Loganville, Georgia received the offer. Smith also holds offers from Cincinnati, Oregon State and Mississippi State.
UPDATE (6:06 PM)-
**2019 DE Keenan Hester (6-5, 270) from St. Petersburg, Florida received an offer today from Pitt. Hester’s only other Power 5 offer is from Georgia.
UPDATE (12:21 PM)-
**A Pitt offer goes out to a big offensive tackle from Florida. 2019 OT Antoine Whitner (6-5, 318) from IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida gets the offer. Aside from Pitt, Whitner also has been offered by Virginia Tech, Maryland, NC State and Virginia.
UPDATE (10:32 AM)-
**Could Pitt be losing another defensive assistant coach? Chris Solari the Michigan State beat writer for the Detroit Free Press tweeted today to “keep an eye on Renaldo Hill” as a possible candidate for one of Michigan State’s two open spots on the defensive staff. Hill is a former cornerback at Michigan State.
UPDATE (9:28 AM)-
Scouting Report: Jordan Whitehead, FS, Pittsburgh https://t.co/vxzfAWPOL1
— NFL Draft Bible on Sports Illustrated (@NFLDraftBible) January 5, 2018
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— Tony Dorsett (@Tony_Dorsett) January 5, 2018
Bengals receiver Tyler Boyd scored the touchdown that put the Bills in the playoffs, and Buffalo fans have donated more than $50,000 to Boyd's youth football league https://t.co/IZxpEJGrHi
— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) January 5, 2018
UPDATE (7:15 AM)-
**Interesting offer last night by Pitt to a senior defensive end. Jaevon Becton from Virginia Beach, Virginia picked up the offer. Becton (6-4, 250) was committed to Georgia but de-committed on December 13. Becton also has been offered by Oregon, Virginia Tech, Nebraska, West Virginia, NC State and Tennessee.