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Pitt is a finalist for a highly rated 2019 recruit. 4-star power forward Anthony Walker told Evan Daniels of 247 Sports that he’s down to 8 teams: Boston College, Illinois, Kansas, Maryland, Miami, Pitt, Rhode Island and VCU. Walker, who just made an unofficial visit to Pitt over the weekend, will be returning for a visit. He tells Daniels that he’ll make an official visit to Pitt on September 15. Along with Pitt, Walker also will officially visit Illinois (September 6) and Rhode Island (September 22). Along with those official visits, Daniels reports that Walker will make unofficial visits to Kansas (September 28), Miami (October 6) and VCU (October 20).

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**2019 forward Maura Huwalt from South Park announced her Top 7 and it includes Pitt.

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**Georgia 3-star athlete Dequanteous Watts, who has been focusing on nine teams, will be announcing his Final Five schools today. Currently, the nine schools that he’s considering are Pitt, Boston College, Georgia Tech, Ole Miss, Rutgers, Central Florida, Virginia Tech, West Virginia and Georgia State. Watts (6-2, 165) is rated by 247 Sports as a 3-star recruit.

UPDATE (7:24 AM)-
As we reported on last week, 2019 4-star center Qudus Wahab (Oakton, Virginia) made an unofficial visit to Pitt yesterday. Wahab is rated as a Top 100 prospect and someone that Jeff Capel has been following heavily for the last month. Wahab has already visited UConn, Ohio State, Georgetown, Temple and VCU. Wahab’s next trip will be to Syracuse on September 8.


Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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