After recruiting the state of Georgia without much luck the last two years, Pitt finally broke through this year with three commitments.
This week, the staff offered a player from Georgia that they hope will be a member of their Class of 2021.
3-star cornerback Jordan Hancock from North Gwinnett High School in Suwanee, Georgia received an offer from Archie Collins and Pitt. Hancock (6’1”, 165) now holds offers from Kentucky, Maryland, Minnesota, NC State, Syracuse and Central Florida.
“My coach told me today that Pitt offered me a couple days ago. When he told me in class I got very excited, I was like Pitt is a great school, ACC team, made it to the ACC Championship Game, that would be a great school to go to,” said Hancock.“
”Offer didn’t surprise me because they came through my school a couple times and were really looking at me during my defensive back drills.”
Hancock describes his biggest strengths as his length and athleticism on the field.
“I believe I’m a pretty polished due to my training and my footwork. A lot of schools comment and like that part of my game.”
SPRING GAME HIGHLIGHTS (1ST HALF)
— Jordan Hancock (@JordanHancock_7) May 17, 2019
Hancock is preparing for the upcoming season and has something big that he plans on working that will help him now and in the future.
”My film study. I want to get better at breaking down opposing offenses and studying what they like to do on 1st and 2nd down. Watch the opposing receivers and what routes they run and how they get off the line of scrimmage.”
Hancock’s recruitment is wide open and is looking for the school that fits him best no matter where it’s located.