After an evening of wondering and guessing, we now know Pitt’s latest commitment.
2019 defensive Bam Brima (6-5, 235) from Williamsport, Pennsylvania gave Pat Narduzzi a verbal commitment yesterday afternoon.
Brima is rated as a 3-star recruit by Rivals with offers from Rutgers, Syracuse, Cincinnati and Temple.
Brima tells PSN that his visit to Pitt two weekend ago sealed the deal for him.
”When I camped there, I really liked it and how I did. I really enjoyed the city and my father liked it and that really made up my mind,” said Brima.
He becomes Pitt’s 12th verbal commitment, nine on defense and three on offense. Brima is the 4th defensive end in this class joining Deandre Jules, Brandon Mack and Bryce Nelms.
Narduzzi’s attack style defense is something that Brima believes is a great fit for him and likes the relationship he’s created with his future position coach.
— Bam Brima (@BamBrima) January 10, 2018
”While there, Coach Partridge really helped me with a couple of my techniques and I felt like I learned a lot with him in an hour and a half so I thought in 4-5 years I’d be golden,” said Brima.
Brima is also the second consecutive commitment from Pennsylvania and is glad the recruiting process is over and he’s a Pitt Panther.
“I was going to make my decision a week before my first game and the recruiting just wore me out and I was tired of it. I’m glad I’m a Pitt Panther.”