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UPDATE (12:59 PM)-
**Former Aliquippa and West Virginia star safety Dravon Askew-Henry is visiting the Steelers today.
Steelers pre-draft visitors for 4-4: S Dravon Askew Henry, WVU; CB Sean Bunting, CMich: LB Ulysses Gilbert, Akron; LB Gary Johnson, TX;
— Mark Kaboly (@MarkKaboly) April 4, 2019
UPDATE (12:05 PM)-
**Seneca Valley OL Josh Kaltenberger attended Pitt spring practice this morning.
— Josh Kaltenberger (@jkalt54) April 4, 2019
UPDATE (11:48 AM)-
Catch 2019 commit Gerald Drumgoole on ESPNU today at 4PM in the Geico National Championships as #1 La Lumiere takes on #8 Bishop Gorman.
— Pitt.MBB (@PittHoopsMBB) April 4, 2019
UPDATE (10:48 AM)-
— NFLTradeRumors.co (@nfltrade_rumors) April 4, 2019
UPDATE (10:38 AM)-
**Pitt extends an offer to 2020 OT Micah Mazzccua (6’5”, 290) from St. Frances Academy in Baltimore, Maryland. Pitt offers Mazzccua despite him already being committed to Michigan. Mazzccua is the current teammate of former North Catholic 4-star linebacker Nikhai Hill-Green.
UPDATE (10:25 AM)-
**Alan Saunders reports on a few visitors at Pitt practice this morning:
—Butler 2020 offensive guard Nate Cornibe.
—Dallas (PA) 2020 wide receiver Luke DelGaudio.
—Detroit (MI) 2020 wide receiver Deovion Brown.
—Seneca Valley 2020 C Josh Kaltenberger.
—Aliquippa 2020 LB Zuriah Fisher (Pitt offer).
—2019 commitment WR Will Gipson (Aliquippa).
UPDATE (6:47 AM)-
**Seneca Valley junior center Josh Kaltenberger will be attending Pitt’s spring practice this morning. Kaltenberger has MAC and Ivy League offers but is waiting on that first Power 5 offer.
UPDATE (6:10 AM)-
**Sophomore defensive end Bryce Carter was one of the many visitors over the weekend to Pitt. Carter (6’3”, 220) is from Thomas Dale High School in Chester, Virginia. Carter already holds offers from Pitt, Virginia Tech, Virginia, Duke and Wake Forest.
— Bryce Carter (@BryceACarter_9) April 3, 2019