Pittsburgh Sports Now has learned of an interesting in-home visit tomorrow for Pat Narduzzi.
At this point, Pitt only has two offers out to un-committed 2019 tight ends- Travis Koontz and Brett Seither.
Earlier today, we updated you on the current situation with Koontz and tonight we have some news on Seither.
Within the hour, we exchanged messages with Seither who told us that Narduzzi and Rob Harley will be making an visit to his house tomorrow night.
Seither (6’5″, 225) is a 3-star tight end from Central Catholic High School in Clearwater, Florida. He recently moved to Florida from Maryland.
At this point, Seither holds offers from Indiana, Iowa State, Kansas State, Maryland, Purdue, South Florida and Central Florida.
Seither has held an offer from Pitt for a while and in fact, received a visit at school last month from Harley.
I asked Seither if he’s going to consider making an official visit to Pitt, possibly this weekend?
“That’s kind of what they want and I said I kind of want to just chill this weekend so he (Narduzzi) said they’re going to talk me into it,” said Seither.
Seither is an interesting tight end prospect because his biggest strength is his pass-catching ability and not his blocking. This is in complete contrast from the story we published earlier today concerning Koontz.
We’ll continue to work on this story and get reaction after tomorrow’s visit.