Pitt’s full-court pursuit of Aliquippa star cornerback MJ Devonshire continued Thursday night as they conducted another home visit with him.
Pitt’s of coaches that visited with Devonshire and his family were Rob Harley and Kevin Sherman.
A source tells PSN that the visit started this afternoon around 3:30 p.m as they sat in on his basketball practice and wrapped up after 7:30 p.m. at Devonshire’s home.
This is the second consecutive week that Harley has traveled to Devonshire’s home in Aliquippa for a visit.
The two sides talked about the process of transitioning into the Pitt program. They also discussed his official visit, which will take place in January.
Pitt appears to be making progress in getting Devonshire’s attention and getting him to seriously consider them.
You have to wonder what Devonshire’s reaction would be if they told him he’d have a role on offense like former Panther greats Jordan Whitehead and Quadree Henderson.
Devonshire has shown on offense and special teams at Aliquippa that he’s a threat to score anytime he touches the ball and Pitt could use speed and playmakers in their offense.
Although he will officially visit Pitt in January, no specific date has been finalized.