At Pat Narduzzi’s National Letter of Intent signing day press conference, the Pitt head coach made it a point to mention that the signing day is actually the first day of a signing period that stretches all the way to April 1.
He did say that the Panthers are finished with high school freshman as additions for the Class of 2020, but he did leave the door open to the Panthers pursuing a transfer going forward.
Pitt hosted Stanford offensive lineman Devery Hamilton for a visit, but Hamilton elected to return to the Cardinal. Stanford linebacker Andrew Pryts, a Hickory High School alum, also decided to pull his name out of the transfer portal and stay put, as will Boston College wide receiver Kobay White, who Pitt showed interest in. Florida offensive lineman Chris Bleich also visited Pitt, but instead chose to commit to Syracuse.
The returns of Paris Ford and Damar Hamlin seemed to blunt the interest the Panthers had in Michigan safety Jalen Kelly-Powell.
So while Narduzzi has left the door open to a transfer, Pitt doesn’t exactly have a lot of ready candidates.