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New York Linebacker SirVocea Dennis Commits to Pitt

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The Panthers got a bit of a surprise commitment this evening as Syracuse, NY linebacker SirVocea Dennis made it known that he was choosing Pitt.

The 247 Sports 2-star linebacker was originally committed to Air Force, but tells Pittsburgh Sports Now that he’s been in contact with the Pitt coaching staff for “about a week.”

Today, Dennis decided to flip his commitment to Pitt, telling us that its “a place where I think I’d be happy even if I didn’t play football, I think that was a big reason for me pulling the trigger. It’s a school I’ve always wanted to go to and a conference I always wanted to play in.”

At six-foot-one, 204-pounds, Dennis describes himself as a “hybrid linebacker, who can cover but also bang inside with the big guys.”

Dennis is the fourth linebacker to commit to the Panthers in 2019 after Kyi Wright, Brandon George and Leslie Smith and the twentieth player overall.

Pitt is now one player over the scholarship limit.

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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Terrence Otoole
Terrence Otoole
2 years ago

what the hell is going on with recruiting this class is not very good and this recruit 2 days after narduzzi visits Devonshire ,this pretty much means he’s not coming to pitt ,the bottom line is narduzzi is a horrible recruiter ,getting beat on a quip player by Kentucky thats horrible and he needs to be called out on this

Section 122
Section 122
2 years ago

It’s looking more and more like Duzz can’t get the job done. He can’t land the big fish.

Pat adonizio
Pat adonizio
2 years ago

The problem isn’t the quality of recruits, it’s lack of continuity due influx of transfers and kids leaving our program due to same. Look at the QB position, it has been in a state of flux sincen Nard’s first season and continues to be in chaos. We put blame on OC yet, if you don’t have the ability or desire to coach-up your kids then you get inconsistent performance.

 
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