PSN Daily Notebook: March 18
The PSN Daily Notebook is your exclusive source for the most recruiting information plus news and notes on Pitt, Duquesne, Robert Morris and the WPIAL.
UPDATE (7:09 PM)-
**Pitt extended an offer today to freshman middle linebacker Semaj Bridgeman from Bishop McDevitt High School in Philadelphia. Bridgeman (6’2″, 220) received the offer from Cory Sanders. Bridgeman also holds offers from Syracuse and Central Michigan.
UPDATE (4:14 PM)-
Sources: The NCAA is unlikely to grant an extra year of eligibility for student athletes who participated in winter sports and had their seasons cut short due to coronavirus.
An extra year of eligibility is still in play for student athletes involved with spring sports.
— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) March 18, 2020
UPDATE (2:53 PM)-
**A day after receiving an offer from Duke, 2021 3-star safety Donovan McMillon picks up another major offer. McMillon announced today that he’s received an offer from Michigan State. The rising star now holds Power 5 offers from Pitt, Purdue, Syracuse, Vanderbilt, West Virginia, Michigan, Notre Dame, Louisville, Northwestern, Virginia Tech, Virginia, Penn State, Oklahoma, Boston College, Georgia Tech, Maryland, Indiana, Rutgers, Texas A&M, Iowa and Michigan State.
UPDATE (10:34 AM)-
**2021 4-star athlete Zakee Wheatley released his Top 8 schools this morning and that list included Pitt. Wheatley (6’2″, 180) is from Archbishop Spaulding High School in Severn, Maryland. Teams in his Top 8 are (no order): Pitt, Maryland, Penn State, Northwestern, Michigan State, Vanderbilt, Virginia and Wisconsin.
UPDATE (9:58 AM)-
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— Tampa Bay Buccaneers (@Buccaneers) March 18, 2020
UPDATE (8:30 AM)-
**Some 2020-21 college basketball scheduling news. Jon Rothstein is reporting that Robert Morris and West Virginia will play each other next season. I’m told the two schools have a verbal agreement on this game but hasn’t been signed yet. The game between Robert Morris and WVU will take place next season in Morgantown.
UPDATE (8:07 AM)-
**Another player from Texas receives an offer from Pitt. 2021 3-star wide receiver Dylan Goffney from Bridgeland High School in Cypress, Texas received an offer from Randy Bates and Pitt. Goffney (6’1″, 195) also holds offers from Arizona, Arkansas, California, Duke, Houston, Kansas, SMU, Vanderbilt and Virginia Tech.