It didn’t take long after receiving an offer from Pitt for Trey Andersen to make up his mind.
The big, athletic tight end from Utah announced on Twitter Tuesday afternoon that he was committing to play for Pat Narduzzi and Pitt. Andersen becomes Pitt’s 18th commitment and their first from a tight end.
— Trey Andersen (@TreyAndersen87) June 30, 2020
As PSN reported a couple days ago when he received an offer from Pitt, Andersen is currently serving a church mission with the Church of Latter-Day Saints in Fresno, California. Normally it’s a two year mission but amid the coronavirus shutdown, Andersen will be coming home early in November and will immediately start preparing for Pitt as he’ll be an early enrollee.
Coming out of Lehi High School in Utah, Andersen was a three-star recruit in the Class and 2019 and originally made a verbal commitment to play for BYU, who continued to recruit him along with Texas Tech, Boise State and California.
Andersen is a two-way tight end that’s a threat in the passing game and considering his father Jason’s background in playing and coaching the offensive line, he definitely knows how to block at the line.
Following his son’s commitment, Mr. Anderson told PSN that “it was his dream school of all the schools that he was talking to. He felt great about it and didn’t want to drag out the process! Hail to Pitt!”