Pitt has landed a commitment from Class of 2021 linebacker Trevion Stevenson, he announced on Twitter on Wednesday night.
Blessed To Be In This Position ✞…
Now It’s Time To Take The Next Step
C O M M I T T E D 💙💛
— Trevion Stevenson (@tjstevenson11) April 22, 2020
Stevenson, a 6-foot-4, 217-pound outside linebacker from Phoebus High School in Hampton, Virginia, become the fourth player to commit to Pitt head coach Pat Narduzzi in the Class of 2021.
Stevenson, a three-star prospect according to 247 Sports’ composite rankings, was originally committed to Old Dominion.
After de-committing in January, he recruitment has exploded, earning offers from Buffalo, Cal, UCF, Cincinnati, Coastal Carolina, East Carolina, FIU, Florida State, Georgia State, Georgia Tech, Iowa State, Kansas, Louisville, Maryland, Miami, Michigan, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Missouri, Navy, Nebraska, UNLV, Penn State, SMU, Syracuse, Temple, Tennessee, Texas, TCU, Toledo, UCLA and West Virginia.
Stevenson is the second player from Virginia to commit to Pitt in the 2021 class, joining three—star athlete Rodney Hammond from Booker T. Washington High School in Norfolk, Virginia. Hampton and Norfolk are both in the Hampton Roads area of southeastern Virginia where Pitt wide receivers coach Chris Beatty has been focusing his recruiting efforts since he first got to Pitt in January 2019.
The other players that have committed to Pitt for 2021 are West Mifflin defensive end Nahki Johnson and Philadelphia safety Javon McIntyre.
With the addition of Stevenson, Pitt’s class is currently ranked 44th in the country and eighth in the ACC, behind North Carolina, Clemson, Miami, Virginia Tech, Duke, Florida State and Virginia, according to 247 Sports.