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Although they’ve been actively recruiting him, Pitt hadn’t extended an offer to 2020 tight end Allen Horace but that changed today.
Horace (6-foot-4, 250 pounds) is going through the recruiting process once again after having de-committed from Arkansas after they fired head coach Chad Morris.
The three-star prospect from Crockett, Texas announced on Twitter that he received the offer from the Pitt program. As PSN reported, Horace got a visit from Tim Salem where the two sides had a face-to-face talk.
Wednesday, Horace talked to PSN about his impressions of his recent conversation with Salem.
“He talked to me about Pitt’s need for a tight end is big and that I can be a player that fits into their system and make big plays. He likes the fact that I can flex out and run good routes as well as be impactful in the run game,” said Horace.
Worked to hard for average 🦍💯 pic.twitter.com/zXQHFBONh7
— Allen Horace II 🎒 (@allenraay) October 18, 2019
Horace went on to tell PSN that the teams recruiting him hardest right now are Pitt, Arkansas, Baylor, Marshall and Maryland.
“They want me to take an official visit in January and I’m gonna have to see if I can work that around my basketball schedule.”
Now that he officially has an offer, will Horace decide to make a visit sooner rather than in January? PSN has reached out to him and will update this story once we get an answer.