Tight end Tommy Guajardo is a fast-rising junior tight end and just found out his latest offer came from Pat Narduzzi and Pitt.
Guajardo (6-foot-3, 230 pounds) is a three-star recruit from Dearborn High School in Dearborn, Michigan. Along with Pitt, he now holds offers from Michigan State, Boston College, Indiana, Minnesota, Cincinnati, Iowa State, NC State, Temple, West Virginia and a handful of MAC schools.
Pitt has been in contact with Guajardo for a while and finally offered the talented play-making tight end which he didn’t expect.
“When Coach Tim Salem offered me, it was a great surprise to be honest,” said Guajardo told Pittsburgh Sports Now. “They have been contacting me here and there but getting the news was definitely great. They said that they love the way I can make plays with the ball in my hand how I do a tremendous job at my position.”
“What coaches love about my tape is that I’m versatile and how I can move and how athletic I am. I also hear from coaches that they like how I can block and that it’s hard to find a tight end that can block really well and is as versatile as I am. I believe that because of my skill set, I’m always a mismatch with my defenders.”
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Guajardo said that he has upcoming visits scheduled to both Penn State and Michigan State but would like to make a trip to Pittsburgh.
“I will try to go see Pitt because I’d like to see how they practice and what their facilities are like. In general though, my recruiting has been going great for me.”