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**Pitt extended an offer to 2019 tight end Gramon Randolph from Jefferson, Georgia. Randolph is rated as a 3-star tight end with an impressive offer list of Auburn, Florida, Florida State, Louisville, LSU, Michigan, Ole Miss, Penn State, South Carolina and Wisconsin. Randolph tells PSN that he received the offer on the phone from Tim Salem.
**Another offer extended by Pitt goes to 2019 wide receiver Mohamed Toure from Irvington, New Jersey. Toure (6-3, 190) holds offers from Rutgers, Cincinnati, Central Michigan and Buffalo. Toure tells us that he received the offer from secondary assistant Cory Sanders.
**Two sophomores from Michigan received offers from Pitt. Defensive end Bryce Mostella (Grand Rapids, Michigan) and offensive guard Dallas Fincher (Grand Rapids, Michigan) got the offers. Fincher (6-4, 260 also holds offers from Michigan State, Indiana, Purdue and Syracuse. Mostella (6-6, 235) holds offers from Indiana, Purdue, Syracuse, Toledo and Western Michigan. Fincher tells PSN that he received the news from Archie Collins.
**Another offer by Pitt to a sophomore and this one is interesting. 2020 quarterback Evan Prater (6-5, 185) from Cincinnati, Ohio gets the news and this is big because this is Prater’s first offer.
**A really big get for Andy Toole and the Robert Morris basketball team. 2018 forward Philmon Gebrewhit (6-7) from Holderness School (Hyde Park, Massachusetts) made a verbal commitment to Robert Morris. Gebrewhit is a 3-star recruit with major offers from Creighton, Dayton, Duquesne, UMass, Rhode Island, Saint Joseph’s and St. Bonaventure.
Missed it earlier today but maybe the heist of the spring Robert Morris landing Philmon Gebrewhit. Should be an instant producer for Andy Toole’s bunch. High-major talent
— Corey Evans (@coreyevans_10) April 24, 2018
**A new offer tonight by Jeff Capel. 2019 4-star forward Patrick Williams from Charlotte, North Carolina receives the offer from Pitt. Williams (6-6, 170) holds offers from Florida State, Ole Miss, Penn State, Temple, Texas A&M, Dayton and Wake Forest.
**After an impressive weekend on the AAU circuit, Butler sophomore guard Ethan Morton picks up an offer from Stanford.
**2019 forward Jalen Bridges from Fairmont, West Virginia picks up an offer from Robert Morris. Bridges also has offers from Canisius, UT Martin, Youngstown State and Samford.
**A couple of other Pitt football notes: 2019 running back Treyson Potts from Williamsport, Pennsylvania tells us that he received a visit today from Tim Salem. Potts (5-10, 182) is a 247 Sports 3-star recruit with offers from Rutgers, Syracuse, Temple, Toledo and Virginia. At this point, Pitt hasn’t offered Potts.
**PSN’s Scott Elliott reports that offensive line coach Dave Borbely made a visit today to Aliquippa High School. Elliott says that Borbely did talk briefly with Quips star cornerback MJ Devonshire, who surprisingly at this point doesn’t have an offer from Pitt.
**PSN is being told that Shawn Watson will be in South Carolina tomorrow visiting with quarterback Davis Beville, who holds a Pitt offer and could be a Pitt lean. Beville has told PSN that he would like to make a decision at then end of spring or early summer.
**Archie Collins will be in Detroit tomorrow and will make a visit to Cass Tech High School. One person that Collins will be visiting with is 2019 defensive back Ormondell Dingle, who has a Pitt offer and someone that we believe is a heavy lean towards Pitt. We also believe that Collins will be visiting with 2019 defensive end Adam Berghorst and 2019 defensive back Marvin Grant. Berghorst (6-7, 245) is a 3-star defensive end with offers from Michigan State, Northwestern, Notre Dame, Boston College, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, Purdue and Indiana. Grant is a 4-star safety from Martin Luther High School with offers from Iowa, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Notre Dame, Purdue and Boston College.
**2019 Pine-Richland OT Andrew Kristofic made his college decision and not surprisingly made a commitment to Notre Dame. This is the second consecutive year that Brian Kelly lands one of the top prospects from the WPIAL (Phil Jurkovec).
**Jeff Capel offers another Top 100 player. 2019 4-star shooting guard Kira Lewis (6-3, 160) from Hazel Green, Alabama receives the offer. Rivals rates Lewis as the 81st best junior in the country. At this point, Lewis holds offers from Alabama, Auburn, Baylor, Dayton, Georgia Tech, LSU, Oklahoma State, Vanderbilt and Virginia.
— WPIAL Insider (@WPIAL_Insider) April 24, 2018