Pitt has offered plenty of players from the class of 2019 but to this point the Panthers have secured no verbal commitments.
Is this something to be concerned about?
No, not really. Pitt isn’t a program that gets many players to commit early. June is historically the first big month for Pitt to begin securing commitments.
Pat Narduzzi has secured 18 commitments in June in his last 3 recruiting classes.
2018: 6 Verbal Commitments
2017: 7 Verbal Commitments
2017: 5 Verbal Commitments
The Pitt staff has extended over 170 scholarships to high school juniors. PSN looked at which states have the most offered players by Pitt and the results might surprise you.
The thing that stands out Is that Pitt has extended nearly as many offers to players in Michigan and Georgia as they have in Pennsylvania. It is far less surprising that Florida is again the state that Pitt has extended the most offers.
Here is a state-by-state breakdown of Pitt’s 170+ offers:
Florida: 47 offers
Ohio: 23 offers
Pennsylvania: 16 offers
Michigan: 14 offers
Georgia: 13 offers
New Jersey: 13 offers
Maryland: 11 offers
California: 7 offers
Virginia: 5 offers
Connecticut: 4 offers
Washington DC: 4 offers
North Carolina: 3 offers
Kentucky: 3 offers
Texas 2, Alabama 2, South Carolina 1, Tennessee 1, Indiana 1, Minnesota 1, Rhode Island, Delaware 1, West Virginia 1, New York 1, Hawaii 1, Louisiana 1
The main question now is how soon Pitt’s first commitment will come?
I believe they’ll get one before the month of April ends and it will come from a state that Pitt doesn’t usually get many commitments from.