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UPDATE (2:01 PM)-
**The string of offers continues for Elizabeth Forward 2021 DE Chase Whatton.
I am overdrawn with emotions at the moment. I am extremely blessed and humbled to have received my 5th Division 1 OFFER from Bowling Green University!! Thank you so much Coach Camp!! @CoachCampenni @BG_Football @Coach_Collodi @wpialsportsnews pic.twitter.com/L6OP6mrRpM
— Chase Whatton (@ChaseWhatton) February 14, 2020
UPDATE (10:49 AM)-
Terrelle Pryor bought the Jeannette boys basketball team new kicks for the playoffs.
Pryor promised the Jayhawks shoes if they won a section title.
— Bill Beckner (@BillBeckner) February 13, 2020
UPDATE (8:19 AM)-
Pitt women's soccer announced the addition of transfer Leah Pais, who excelled at Albany in 2019, as American East Conference Rookie of the Year. The Panthers will now have 10 new players in 2020. https://t.co/E0gLNSfR9N pic.twitter.com/pT6ZlcJTR5
— Pittsburgh Soccer Now (@pghsoccernow) February 14, 2020
UPDATE (8:00 AM)-
**Junior offensive tackle Jaheim Shannon from Palm Beach Central High School in West Palm Beach, Florida receives an offer from Pitt, which is Shannon’s first D-1 offer. He received the offer from Charlie Partridge.
UPDATE (7:45 AM)-
**Charlie Partridge was busy recruiting his territory on Thursday as he extended an offer to 2021 inside linebacker Donovan Hoilette from West Palm Beach, Florida. Hoilette (6’3″, 195) received his first two offers yesterday, first from Virginia and then from Pitt.
UPDATE (7:35 AM)-
**Elizabeth Forward 2021 DL Chase Whatton receives his third D-1 offer in the last 24 hours as he hears from Penn. Yesterday, Whatton received offers from both UMass and Toledo.
UPDATE (7:30 AM)-
**Gateway 2021 athlete Chamor Price picks up an offer from Wake Forest, which becomes his second Power Five offer with the other coming from Syracuse. It looks as though Price’s recruitment is going to continue to increase as the spring moves on.