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UPDATE (6:16 PM)-
— Patrick jones Sr. (@PJonz8415) April 26, 2020
UPDATE (2:00 PM)-
**Could Pitt be receiving another commitment tomorrow? 3-star offensive lineman Kevin Wigenton II says that he’ll be making his college decision tomorrow at 1 PM. The New Jersey native will be deciding between Pitt, Michigan, State, Maryland and Tennessee.
UPDATE (12:34 PM)-
— 𝐃𝐚𝐦𝐚𝐫 𝐇𝐚𝐦𝐥𝐢𝐧 (@HamlinIsland) April 26, 2020
UPDATE (12:30 PM)-
— Rashad Weaver (@RashadWeaver) April 26, 2020
UPDATE (12:22 PM)-
— Harry G. Psaros (@PittGuru) April 25, 2020
UPDATE (12:19 PM)-
**Pat Narduzzi has placed an emphasis the last couple of years on recruiting the states of Florida, Georgia and Texas. Results from the NFL gives you a reason why.
#NFLDraft 2020 … states (graduated/played senior season) with most players drafted
Texas – 33
California – 23
Florida – 22
Georgia – 20
Louisiana – 12
Alabama – 10
Pennsylvania & Michigan – 9
Mississippi, Ohio & Tennessee – 8
North Carolina – 7
South Carolina & Wisconsin – 6
— Gerry Hamilton (@HamiltonESPN) April 26, 2020
UPDATE (12:09 PM)-
**Congrats to Peters Township 2020 athlete Ryan Moore who made a commitment yesterday to play for the Robert Morris football program.
— Ryan Moore (@RyanMoore_06) April 26, 2020
UPDATE (11:55 AM)-
**A second athlete from Virginia received an offer yesterday from Chris Beatty as this one went to 2022 wide receiver Leon Haughton Jr. (6’4″, 205) from Richmond, Virginia. Haughton previously received offers from Boston College, Virginia and Penn State.
Check out this highlight! https://t.co/snbLSKQIQJ
— Leon Haughton Jr (@Leonjr412) November 19, 2019
UPDATE (11:50 AM)-
**Pitt continues to actively recruit Virginia 3-star safety Shawn Asbury II, who’s viewed as a Pitt lean.
UPDATE (11:47 AM)-
**Pitt extended an offer on Saturday to 2022 wide receiver Andre Greene Jr. from St. Christopher’s High School in Richmond, Virginia. Greene (6’3″, 180), who received the offer from Chris Beatty, also holds offers from Florida State, Georgia, Michigan, Maryland, Michigan State, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Penn State, South Carolina, Virginia, Virginia Tech and West Virginia.