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Four-star Miami running back Henry Parrish, Jr. is down to a final four of Pitt, Oregon, Ole Miss and South Carolina, he posted on Instagram on Friday.
Parrish, a four-star running back in the Class of 2020, originally committed to Pitt back in June after taking an official visit to Pitt.
But following an offer from Florida in September, Parrish started to look elsewhere and he officially de-committed from Pitt in December.
Parrish took official visits to South Carolina in September and Florida Atlantic in October. Then-FAU head coach Lane Kiffin has since been hired as the head coach at Ole Miss, and Parrish has a visit to Mississippi scheduled for Jan. 31.
Parrish has said he plans on making his commitment final next week.
A consensus four-star prosecutes from Columbus High School in Miami, Parrish is rated by 247 Sports composite as the No. 24 running back in the country and No. 51 player in Florida.
In addition to the above offers, he also received Power Five scholarship opportunities from Florida State, Indiana, Iowa, Miami, Michigan, Penn State, Tennessee, USC, Utah, Wake Forest and West Virginia.
Pitt has one other running back in its Class of 2020, four-star Brooklyn back Israel Abanikanda, who has already enrolled at Pitt. The Panthers did not lose a running back to graduation, so it does not appear that a second back is a necessity for the Panthers in the class.