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UPDATE (9:59 PM)-
**Tonight, Chris Beatty and Pitt extend an offer to sophomore DT James Gillespie (6’2”, 280) from Woodbridge, Virginia. Gillespie now holds offers from Maryland, Penn State, Virginia and West Virginia.
UPDATE (9:41 PM)-
**Pitt becomes the first Power 5 offer for 2020 inside linebacker Kobe Wilson (6’0”, 210) from Parkview High School in Lilburn, Georgia. Wilson received the offer from Archie Collins.
UPDATE (9:24 PM)-
— Chris Harlan (@CHarlan_Trib) March 19, 2019
Peters Township (29-0) remains undefeated and is headed to Hershey! The Indians take down defending champion Upper Dublin, 51-46, in overtime. They will play District 1 champion Garnet Valley (29-1) in Friday's PIAA Class 6A final.
— Brad Everett (@BREAL412) March 18, 2019
UPDATE (7:18 PM)-
We’re heading to the Bluegrass State to take on Louisville! 🙌
— RMU Basketball (@RMUWBasketball) March 18, 2019
UPDATE (5:50 PM)-
**2020 Allentown offensive guard Nicholas Dawkins gets an offer from Pitt. Dawkins received the offer from Cory Sanders. Dawkins holds offers from Pitt, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, West Virginia, Kansas, Rutgers, Indiana and UConn.
UPDATE (5:20 PM)-
**Pitt extends an offer to 2020 3-star tight end Kendall Karr from Belmont, North Carolina. Kart (6’3”, 225) also holds offers from Auburn, LSU, Louisville, Michigan, North Carolina, NC State, Oregon, Penn State, Purdue, Rutgers, Wake Forest and West Virginia.
UPDATE (4:14 PM)-
**Pitt extends offer to 2020 offensive tackle Michael Staham (6’6”, 300) from St. Frances Academy in Baltimore, Maryland. Staham also holds offers from Maryland, Michigan, Michigan State, Missouri, Syracuse and West Virginia.
UPDATE (1:02 PM)-
— Verbal Commits (@VerbalCommits) March 18, 2019
UPDATE (8:00 AM)-
This is the first time since 2000 that not one team among Pitt, Penn State, West Virginia, or Robert Morris made the NCAA tournament.
— Guy Junker (@GuyJunkerWTAE) March 17, 2019
— Andrew Stockey (@astockeyWTAE) March 18, 2019
UPDATE (7:54 AM)-
— PGH Sports History (@PGH_Sports_Date) March 18, 2019