PSN Daily Notebook: June 2
The PSN Daily Notebook is your exclusive source for the most recruiting information plus news and notes on Pitt, Duquesne, Robert Morris and the WPIAL.
UPDATE (10:03 PM)-
This means a lot Coach!❤️🖤🖤 https://t.co/50zLtAWO8l
— kj wilson (@keldrick_wilson) June 3, 2020
UPDATE (9:30 PM)-
The fight isn’t against white people🌍…
I have multiple genuine white friends that I call my brothers..
It’s against RACISM!!
With togetherness we can get through this!🏁
— Paris Ford (@DiddyBop12_) June 2, 2020
UPDATE (9:13 PM)-
**Pitt extends an offer today to sophomore cornerback Avery Powell (5’11”, 170) from St. Peter’s Prep in Jersey City, New Jersey. Powell also holds offers from Boston College, Maryland., Syracuse, Temple, Toledo, West Virginia and Virginia Tech.
UPDATE (9:05 PM)-
After two seasons at the helm of the Ringgold girls basketball program, Lindsy Muchnock has stepped down. https://t.co/MmCwr5lnGF
— Tribune-ReviewSports (@TribSports) June 3, 2020
UPDATE (8:59 PM)-
**Pitt defensive end John Morgan working today with pass rushing guru Coach Chuck Smith.
@K1NG__JAY🔥 in the Lab Today! pic.twitter.com/bIacndzaB3
— Chuck Smith #DrRush “Teacher of Pass Rush” (@chucksmithnfl) June 3, 2020
UPDATE (4:45 PM)-
#BlackLivesMatter #Unity pic.twitter.com/ST1nG14Cjm
— Pat Narduzzi (@CoachDuzzPittFB) June 2, 2020
UPDATE (2:10 PM)-
We need prayers and unity now more than ever as we pray for George Floyd, his family and friends.
We support and pray for all those protesting in a safe way.
We stand with our players against racial injustice & inequality in any form.
— Jerry Schmitt (@CoachSchmittDU) June 1, 2020
We must do better as nation and a society… together. When it is time, we must stand up. When it is time, we must listen. I am so sorry for anyone who has faced injustice. #BlackLivesMatter #BlackOutTuesday pic.twitter.com/w0j7sqUM9q
— Charlie Partridge (@CoachPartridge) June 2, 2020
UPDATE (12:58 PM)-
— Duquesne Women's Basketball (@DuqWBB) June 2, 2020
UPDATE (12:48 PM)-
— Mike Stacchiotti (@coachstacc) June 2, 2020
— Keith Dambrot (@CoachDambrot) June 2, 2020
UPDATE (10:21 AM)-
— Keith Gavin (@keithgavin84) June 2, 2020
UPDATE (8:37 AM)-
Aaron Donald the betting favorite to win Defensive Player of the Year https://t.co/f09eb2BwgT
— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) June 2, 2020