Pat Narduzzi hosted a wide range of recruits on Saturday from high school freshmen, sophomores, juniors, seniors and even a graduate transfer.
It appears as though Pitt is open to adding some experience on the offensive line, because they hosted Stanford graduate transfer offensive tackle Devery Hamilton. Last season, he said the first four games for Stanford before suffering a season-ending injury and is the 11th player to leave the Cardinal program following the season.
Hamilton is a former 4-star recruit from Baltimore, Maryland and held offers from schools like Michigan, Clemson, LSU, Michigan State, Penn State, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Virginia Tech before committing to Stanford.
Although he has shown versatility in terms of playing different positions, Hamilton would likely play left tackle at whatever school he selects. Last season, freshman Carter Warren started all season at left tackle for Pitt but Hamilton would provide Pitt with another solid option.
Hamilton is immediately eligible and has one year left of athletic eligibility.
In the picture below, Hamilton is seated next to new Pitt tight end transfer Lucas Krull and offensive line coach Dave Borbely.