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UPDATE (8:40 PM)-
**New Jersey 2020 athlete Marcel Walker will attend Pitt prospects camp this weekend.
— Marcel Walker (@Marcelwalker_) May 30, 2019
Junior year in the books 💍✍🏾❗️ https://t.co/muijsu3F2D
— Marcel Walker (@Marcelwalker_) December 14, 2018
UPDATE (7:44 PM)-
**Seneca Valley 2020 center Josh Kaltenberger receives an offer tonight from Colgate.
Blessed to receive an offer from Colgate! pic.twitter.com/78ac3kSSTP
— Josh Kaltenberger (@JKaltenberger65) May 29, 2019
UPDATE (6:29 PM)-
**2020 3-star inside linebacker Tirek Austin-Cave (6’2”, 215) from Camden, New Jersey has released his Top 9 and it included Pitt. In no order, Austin-Cave listed Pitt, West Virginia, Rutgers, Miami, Syracuse, Nebraska, Kentucky, Temple and Minnesota.
UPDATE (5:15 PM)-
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) May 29, 2019
UPDATE (12:53 PM)-
Abraham Lincoln HS (Brooklyn, NY) athlete Israel Abanikanda has informed me that he will be making an official visit to #Pitt the weekend of June 14th. A strong, 200 lb. athlete with exceptional speed. Capable of playing a number of positions. @PghSportsNow pic.twitter.com/sMXCzxQtbu
— Harry G. Psaros (@PittGuru) May 29, 2019
UPDATE (10:37 AM)-
**2020 3-star athlete Ethan Wright (6’0”, 190) from Akron, Ohio will attend Pitt’s prospect camp next Saturday (June 8). This was first reported by Josh Helmholdlt from Rivals. Wright currently holds offers from Akron, Bowling Green, Cincinnati, Duke, Indiana, Iowa State, Minnesota, Northwestern, Rutgers and Vanderbilt.
UPDATE (10:12 AM)-
**Another Power 5 offer for Baldwin sophomore defensive end Dorien Ford.
— Dorien Ford (@DorienFord_21) May 29, 2019
UPDATE (9:44 AM)-
— Gavin Bizeau (@gavin_bizeau) May 29, 2019
UPDATE (8:28 AM)-
Eagles’ rookie RB Miles Sanders has missed OTA time with a strained hamstring but the injury is not considered serious and he could return to action as early as today.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) May 29, 2019