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When Can Pitt Expect to Start Getting Commitments for 2019?

When Can Pitt Expect to Start Getting Commitments for 2019?

In 24 hours, Pat Narduzzi and his coaching staff’s attention will turn to recruiting for their Class of 2019.

Later this month, the program will host their annual Junior Day, where they invite many of their junior targets to come visit for a day.

The question that Pitt fans will start asking is when will Pitt get their first commitment for 2019?

Although fans won’t want to hear this, history says we’re likely months away from getting that first “Pat Signal.” Unlike a lot of the major programs across the country, like it or not, it just takes Pitt longer to get those first couple of commitments.

To show you evidence of this, here are the dates of the early commitments during the Narduzzi era.

Pitt’s 2016 Commitments

Brandon Ford: March 22
Thomas MacVittie: March 26
Bricen Garner: June 19
Chawntez Moss: June 22
Chase Pine: June 23
Maurice Ffrench: June 26
Ruben Flowers: June 26

Pitt’s 2017 Commitments

Paris Ford: October 16, 2015
Kyle Nunn: April 17
Kenny Pickett: June 4
Cam Bright: June 5
Darian Street: June 6
Owen Drexel: June 15
Todd Sibley: June 15
Carson Van Lynn: June 22
Albert Tucker: June 28

Pitt’s 2018 Commitments

Nick Patti: May 10
Noah Palmer: May 18
Jake Kradel: May 30
Judson Tallandier: June 2
Wendell Davis: June 2
John Morgan: June 4
Chase Brown: June 12
Blake Zubovic: June 14
Devin Danielson: June 27

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