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UPDATE (6:22 PM)-
Very BLESSED to have received a Full Scholarship offer to the University of Pittsburgh ???????? pic.twitter.com/yO3fqzVqW8
— Brian Ugwu???? (@BrianTheBaller) January 15, 2018
UPDATE (4:49 PM)-
Blessed to receive an offer from the University of Illinois???????? pic.twitter.com/WPegvTs3ny
— Tre ¯_(ツ)_/¯™ (@tre_mitch33) January 15, 2018
UPDATE (4:10 PM)-
**Rice OT Grad Transfer Calvin Anderson met with Michigan today. Tomorrow, John Peterson and Pitt will visit with him in Florida.
Great meeting Jim Harbaugh, coach Drevno, and Coach Moore to talk about my offer to play at Michigan! Great group of coaches, and more importantly great men. pic.twitter.com/rxZdkZ6MN4
— Calvin Anderson (@THE_CONDA25) January 15, 2018
UPDATE (2:00 PM)-
**2019 Gateway WR/DB Courtney Jackson collected his third and fourth Division I offers on Monday, as Jackson was offered by a pair of MAC schools: Akron and Toledo.
The two offers are the first FBS offers for Jackson. He had previously been offered by Howard, Robert Morris and St. Francis at the FCS level.
Toledo has had a ton of success recruiting out of the WPIAL, with five players on the 2017 roster, including starting running back Terry Swanson (Aliquippa), wide receiver Danzel McKinley-Lewis (Seton LaSalle) and cornerback Trevon Mathis (Woodland Hills).
UPDATE (1:15 PM)-
**2019 Norwin safety Jayvon Thrift is one of the top defensive back prospects in the WPIAL and he showed off his skill’s at Evolve Athletics’ open house on Saturday.
— PGH Western PA Fball (@PaWesternFball) January 15, 2018
Thrift is rated a three-star prospect by 247 Sports and has offers from Pitt as well as Buffalo, Syracuse, Temple and Toledo. The 5-foot-10, 187-pound junior is the second-ranked WPIAL DB, behind Aliquippa corner M.J. Devonshire, and the fifth-ranked player overall from Western Pa.