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The Frank Walker Law/PSN Daily Notebook: August 15-16



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**Former Pitt WR coach under Dave Wannstedt, Aubrey Hill has passed away. Cause of death has not been determined.

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**Jeff Capel and Pitt extend an offer to 2023 point guard Robert Dillingham from Charlotte, North Carolina. Dillingham (6’1”, 160) also holds offers from SMU, Ole Miss, South Florida, Wichita State and Winthrop.

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**Robert Morris football offers 2021 DL Oki Hautau from Palma High, California.

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**Georgia 3-star DB Javon Bullard announces that he’ll be making his decision Monday at 8:30. Archie Collins and Pitt have been recruiting Bullard for awhile but Georgia could be the team to beat.


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**Philadelphia 2022 4-star DE Keon Wylie announces a Top 16.

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**Congrats to Beaver 2021 basketball star Emma Pavelek for committing to the US Naval Academy.

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Clark Martineau
Clark Martineau
3 years ago

Regarding health of student athletes: Pitt tests all football players with EKG and echo-cardiogram as part of their physical before they are cleared to play. I remember an article in the Post-Gazette about George Hill. He was found to have an abnormal heart rhythm and received further testing to see if he could play with medical treatment. When it was found medicine could not Improve his condition, he was not allowed to play. He was kept on scholarship.

Last edited 3 years ago by Clark Martineau
Justin Dietrich
Justin Dietrich
3 years ago

Enough with the JHS coverage unless he decides to recommit. He’s not a Panther and won’t be a Panther at this point so who cares about him?

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