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UPDATE (7:58 PM)-
Come join the wave !💙💛 https://t.co/sIIJvniqno
— MYLES ALSTON (@Myles1Alston) April 29, 2020
UPDATE (6:30 PM)-
**Pitt us included in the Top 8 for 2021 3-Star WR Jayson Raines from West Orange, New Jersey.
— Jayson Raines 👨🏾🎨 (@jayysonraines) April 29, 2020
UPDATE (6:05 PM)-
**Pitt extends offer to 2021 3-star offensive tackle Jaydon Collins (6’6”, 270) from Greer, South Carolina. Collins also holds offers from Duke, Illinois, Louisville, Syracuse, Tennessee and West Virginia.
UPDATE (1:15 PM)-
**In their latest 2020 Top 100 player rankings, ESPN lists Pitt center John Hugley as #93. Butler guard Ethan Morton is ranked #79 and former Moon guard Donovan Johnson is #56. When ranking the Top 25 players in the Class of 2022, ESPN ranks Pitt commit guard Jalen Hood-Schifino at #24.
UPDATE (12:01 PM)-
Jalen Warley and Noah Collier (@Pitt_MBB) were named Pa. All-State Class 3A First Team selections, marking the 2nd straight & 4th time in five years @WTbbasketball has had multiple 1st Team picks. Some of those players included Mo Bamba (@OrlandoMagic) & Cam Reddish (#ATLHawks)
— Rich Flanagan (@richflanagan33) April 29, 2020
UPDATE (10:34 AM)-
— Harry G. Psaros (@PittGuru) April 29, 2020
UPDATE (8:10 AM)-
**On Tuesday, Pat Narduzzi’s program offered sophomore quarterback Sam Horn (6’3″, 180) from Collins Hill High School in Suwanee, Georgia. This becomes Horn’s second Power 5 offer (Virginia Tech), who’s described as a dual-threat quarterback. Horn becomes the 5th quarterback in the Class of 2022 to receive an offer from Pitt.
UPDATE (8:00 AM)-
**Keith Dambrot has added a walk-on to his roster in PG Jaylen Cole-Williams from Virginia. Cole-Williams is actually the cousin of current Dukes forward Amari Kelly.
People will quit on you, but never quit on yourself🗣 pic.twitter.com/aZo4ZR5u2h
— Jaylen Cole-Williams (@_flyyj) January 10, 2020
Another One ✅ @VAElite Congrats To @_flyyj On His Commit To Duquesne University @RiseCircuit @UAassociation @UAbasketball @a_pspeaks @CoachPuregame @theecoachrich @ONeal_Jones #vaelite pic.twitter.com/GbzW4wSoWn
— Rashad Gadson (@Shad_Gadson) April 28, 2020