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Die-Hards: Pitt, Other Power 5 Teams Still Pursuing Recent Commit



When a player makes a verbal commitment, in reality it’s just that — a verbal agreement that isn’t official until that player signs a National Letter of Intent.

Players throughout the country continue to get pursued by programs even after giving a verbal commitment in the hopes of changing their minds and flipping them. Nothing is wrong with that, it’s just the business of college recruiting.

Pittsburgh Sports Now has learned of a player who recently committed to a one program, but is still hearing from Pitt and several other Power Five programs.

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