Marc Britt is not only one of the top receivers in the Class of 2020 but he’s also rated as one of the top overall juniors in the country.
Yesterday, Pitt became the latest team to get involved with him as they offered the talented receiver a scholarship.
Britt (6’2”, 190) is from Miami Christian School in Miami, is a consensus 4-star player and is ranked as the 10th best player in the state of Florida.
Britt tells Pittsburgh Sports Now that he received the offer from Charlie Partridge.
“My thoughts on Pitt is that they are a great college that I’ve been watching play since I was seven,” said Britt.
What made him want to watch Pitt at such a young age?
”Lol, I used to be on You Tube a lot and they always popped up so I watched them. When they offered me I was very excited.”
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What makes Britt such a highly rated wideout?
“I’m stronger then anybody I go against,” said Britt. “I’m fast and I play smart football.”
With offers from schools like Alabama, Florida, Miami and Penn State, it’s going to be a battle for Pitt to become a finalist but Britt says they have a chance.
“They just have to make me feel like it’s home and stay in contact with me. I know Leslie Smith and Vincent Davis, who are going to be there this season I grew up with them. Right now, everyone’s the same and nobody has any lead with me.”