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Bad News for Pitt Concerning 2020 Commit Henry Parrish?



Is Pat Narduzzi’s Class of 2020 in danger of losing one of its top names?

Henry Parrish is big-time talent that’s continuing to draw interest from some of the top programs in the country.

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South Carolina, Florida State, Iowa, Miami, Michigan, Oregon, Penn State, Tennessee, Utah and West Virginia were schools that offered Parrish prior to him committing to Pitt and yesterday, he received another big one.

Dan Mullen and the University of Florida extended an offer to the 3-star talent which immediately started people to speculate how committed Parrish was to Pitt.

Following an interview with 247 Sports, Parrish’s commit level to Pitt seems shaky at best considering a the number of visits he has planned. Keep in mind, most programs including Pitt, frown upon players making official visits while currently committed.

Here’s what he said to 247 Sports regarding his future plans: “I am thinking about getting up to Florida for the Auburn game, me and Xzavier have been talking about it,” said Parrish. “South Carolina and Ohio State are still talking to me. I got an official visit to South Carolina in a few weeks when they play Kentucky. Ohio State will probably be an official.”

While that shouldn’t make Pitt fans or coaches confident about Parrish’s commitment, he did have something good to say regarding the Panthers program.

Courtesy of Henry Parrish

”They just have been showing they are true to me and they are interested,” said Parrish. “They were like a brotherhood when I went up there, and it’s a place I can call home.”

We’ll soon find out whether that’s enough if that’s strong enough to keep Parrish committed to Pitt.

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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Justin Dietrich
Justin Dietrich
4 years ago

I considered him gone after his first game this season.

4 years ago

Hes gone and who could blame him. But….

Dont verbal!

Keep recruiting open and enjoy the process. With the verbal, dont allow urself to to be recruited unless you decommit from that verbal and verbals obviously dont stop offers from rolling in.

Dennis Wagner
4 years ago
Reply to  Smljf

pitt needs D1 size running backs Carter and Davis too small and slow. Tit with forcing best back to transfer Salahudd.
Also beg Yanocovich to come home from N.D. who like Foster will only collect splinters. Enough of Picket in cannot get QB transfer play Belle he has to have a larger upside.

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