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Decision Day For 4-Star Defensive Back Enzo Jennings



Will Pitt’s long drought recruiting in the state of Michigan end? If it does, it’ll be a huge get for the Panthers.

Enzo Jennings, a 4-star defensive back and a Top 100 national recruit will make his college decision this morning as he chooses between Pitt, Penn State, Michigan and Kentucky.

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Jennings also held offers from major programs such as Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Notre Dame, Ohio State and Clemson.

If he were to select Pitt, Jennings would become their top recruit in this year’s recruiting class and one of, if not the biggest in the Narduzzi era.

Credit Archie Collins for his recruitment of Jennings and the 3-year bond that he built with the Michigan native just to get Pitt in this position.

As mentioned earlier, it’s been a 6-year drought for Pitt in Michigan as the last commitment they’ve gotten was from Avonte Maddox back in June of 2013.

The experts are predicting Jennings to commit to Penn State. We’ll find out this morning at 11 AM.

UPDATE (11:03 AM)-

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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Terrence Otoole
Terrence Otoole
4 years ago

thanks mike for all your info,im kinda wishing we would stop putting so much effort into Michigan it’s not working im extremely pleased with our recruiting in florida and starting to get into Georgia ,and once Beatty gets his claws into va more we’ll be in real good shape

Kyle Campbell
4 years ago

I agree. Michigan is in the heart of Big 10 country, hard to get a kid to take a serious look at an ACC Program.

4 years ago

Been a niter for a couple of hours.

4 years ago

what a simpleton! Leaves his home state of michigan for a far inferior team. Ped state is the little red-headed step child that gets its yearly beating from Michigan and Michigan st.

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