Connect with us
PSN is sponsored by Beaver County Auto

Daily Notebook

PSN Daily Notebook: May 18



The PSN Daily Notebook is your exclusive home for the most recruiting news plus news and notes on Pitt, Duquesne, Robert Morris and the WPIAL.  

UPDATE (6:32 p.m.)-

**Class of 2021 three-star receiver Ahmari Huggins-Bruce placed Pitt in his top 12 on Monday.

Huggins released his list on Twitter, including the Panthers alongside Arkansas, Baylor, Duke, Georgia Tech, Louisville, Michigan State, NC State, USC, TCU, Virginia Tech and West Virginia.

The 6-foot, 163-pound wide receiver from Dillon, South Carolina also had offers from UAB, Appalachian State, Boston College, Charlotte, Coastal Carolina, Colorado State, East Carolina, Georgia State, Indiana, Kansas State, Liberty, Memphis, Middle Tennessee State, Old Dominion, USF, Syracuse, Toledo, Virginia, Wake Forest, Washington State and Western Kentucky before narrowing his list.

UPDATE (6:11 p.m.)-

**Class of 2021 South Fayette quarterback Naman Alemada received his first Division I offer on Monday from Long Island University.

Alemada (6-foot-5, 200 pounds) threw for 3,004 yards on 194 of 293 passing, 32 touchdowns and 10 interceptions with the Lions in 2019.

UPDATE (1:47 PM)-

UPDATE (12:16 p.m.)-

**For the second time in as many days, you can cross a Pitt Class of 2021 target off the list, as Douglasville, Ga. tight end Miles Campbell announced that he has committed to Tennessee.

Over the weekend, Texas tight end Lake McRee cut his list to six players and did not include Pitt.

UPDATE (10:46 AM)-

UPDATE (10:38 AM)-

UPDATE (9:16 AM)-

UPDATE (8:20 AM)- 

**The latest offer for North Allegheny 2021 linebacker Nathan Hoke comes from Navy. Hoke (6’3”, 225) also holds offers from Central Michigan, Army, Eastern Illinois, Fordham, Duquesne, Air Force and Navy.

UPDATE (8:18 AM)-

UPDATE (7:48 AM)-  

**Peters Township 4-star safety Donovan McMillon continues to get pursued by his Top 10 schools.

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
Notify of
Newest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Ken Ken from Connecticut
Ken Ken from Connecticut
2 years ago

I’m really happy for the young man from Peters Township. He is getting a chance to follow his dreams and receive a paid for college education to boot. However, you do realize that in large part the people who read this no longer care about that saga mainly because of the manner in which his Pitt recruitment went. Once the Pitt ship sailed and in less than graceful fashion we all pretty much mentally moved on.You are the professional and I won’t tell you how to do your job. Just some food for thought.

2 years ago

Nothing against McMillon but in all sincerity I prefer Javon McIntyre if given the choice between the two players. I’m happy that Pitt has a commitment from the player with the greater upside in my humble opinion. Nothing against McMillon but I’m not concerned with the fact that he won’t be at Pitt.

2 years ago

still waiting for that secret commit lol

Like Pittsburgh Sports Now on Facebook!
Send this to a friend