Keep updated on the news and notes of the day concerning Pitt, Duquesne, Robert Morris and the WPIAL in the PSN Recruiting Notebook.
UPDATE (8:42 PM)-
**Another Power Five offer for North Catholic 2020 linebacker Nikhai Hill-Green. Yesterday it was Michigan and tonight he hears from Purdue.
— Nikhai Hill-Green (@nshg22) January 25, 2019
**New Jersey quarterback Andre Parker will be attending Pitt junior day next weekend.
UPDATE (7:49 PM)-
**Pitt becomes the first school to offer 2020 running back Travis Dixon (5’10”, 195) from Hollywood, Florida. Dixon received the offer from Charlie Partridge.
UPDATE (3:20 PM)-
Celebrate the success @DuqMBB has had so far in 2019! Get two tickets for $19 for any remaining game this season!
— Duquesne Athletics (@GoDuquesne) January 24, 2019
UPDATE (2:52 PM)-
**Upper St. Clair 2019 quarterback Jason Sweeney makes a verbal commit to play at Duquesne.
— Jason Sweeney (@Jason_Sweeney14) January 24, 2019
UPDATE (2:43 PM)-
**The latest offer from Pitt goes to a sophomore from Virginia. 2021 Bryce Steele (6’1″, 195) from Episcopal High School in Alexandria, Virginia gets the offer from Andre Powell. Steele also holds offers from Boston College, Florida International, Michigan, North Carolina and Virginia Tech.
UPDATE (1:47 PM)-
**Future Pitt defensive lineman is named to the first team All-Dade County team.
— FridayThe13th🦍👹 (@Ckancey13) January 24, 2019
UPDATE (11:33 AM)-
**This morning, Charlie Partridge extended an offer to 2020 defensive tackle Timothy Brown (6’4”, 270) from Dwyer High School in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. This is Brown’s second offer with the other one coming from Syracuse.
UPDATE (10:04 AM)-
**Aliquippa 2020 TE/LB Zuriah Fisher gets an offer this morning from Ohio. Earlier this week, he got one from Ball State.
— Zuriah Fisher (@Zfish84) January 24, 2019
Junior full season highlights💍🏆💪🏾 – https://t.co/2YtyOzgq3a
— Zuriah Fisher (@Zfish84) December 9, 2018
UPDATE (9:15 AM)-
**An offer goes out to a player in a state that Pitt doesn’t recruit very often. Defensive back Chau Smith (5’11”, 175) from Chicago, Illinois gets a Pitt offer which is Smith’s first Power 5 offer. Amir Watts was the last Pitt player from Illinois.
UPDATE (9:00 AM)-
**2020 cornerback Sammy Anderson (Trotwood-Madison High School, Dayton, Ohio) gets an offer from Pitt. Anderson (6’2”, 170) is a 247 Sports 3-star recruit with offers from Boston College, Cincinnati, Duke, Georgia Tech, Indiana, Iowa St, Purdue, Virginia and West Virginia.
UPDATE (7:50 AM)-
**On February 2, the Pitt football team will be bringing recruits that attend their Junior Day to the basketball game vs. Syracuse and they’ll the Panthers wearing these uniforms.
— Pitt Basketball (@Pitt_MBB) January 24, 2019
UPDATE (7:30 AM)-
**Pat Narduzzi and Charlie Partridge were in Florida yesterday and part of the day consisted of a in-home visit with future Pitt linebacker Leslie Smith.
— 🎥Channel6️⃣ (@Hvmble6) January 24, 2019
UPDATE (7:20 AM)-
**In case you missed it, talented Steel Valley linebacker Todd Hill made a verbal commitment to the Duquesne Dukes. This is a really big pickup for Jerry Schmitt and the Dukes as Hill is one of the most talented players in the WPIAL. Hill was previously committed to Howard but changed his mind after the coaching change.
— ☦odd ♓️ill (@Toddhill_9) January 24, 2019
UPDATE (7:15 AM)-
— Verbal Commits (@VerbalCommits) January 24, 2019
UPDATE (7:10 AM)-
**Virginia Tech is losing their starting quarterback as Josh Jackson has decided to transfer.
Thank you Virginia Tech. pic.twitter.com/1BUBc7kQpI
— Josh Jackson (@joshiejack17) January 24, 2019
UPDATE (7:00 AM)-
**Yesterday morning, Thomas Jefferson 2020 offensive lineman Mac Duda received his first D-1 offer from Toledo. Late last night, Western Michigan became the second team to offer.
Extremely excited to announce that I have received a scholarship offer to Western Michigan University! Thank you @CoachTimLester @CoachKenneyWMU for this great opportunity! #LetsRide 🐴 @WMU_Football pic.twitter.com/GCH9E2dejD
— Mac Duda (@mduda72) January 24, 2019
— TribLive HSSN (@TribLiveHSSN) January 24, 2019