For the second time in the last week, the Duquesne football program has added a highly skilled transfer.
Last Friday, Former Imani Christian and Ball State wide receiver Rahmon Hart Jr. announced his intentions of coming back home to play for Duquesne. Hart was a 3-star recruit and a big-play receiver.
Then the Dukes added an even higher profile recruit on Monday when former Virginia Tech linebacker Nathan Proctor revealed he was transferring to play for the Dukes.
Proctor was a 2017 4-star recruit from Maryland and rated as the #10 outside linebacker prospect in the country and the #4 player in Maryland.
Proctor is a name many Pitt fans might be familiar with as he choose the Hokies over the Panthers on national television at an All-American All-Star game.
This talented defensive player surprised many people by entering the NCAA Transfer Portal back in August of 2019.
Proctor will be eligible immediately when Duquesne returns to the field and will have three seasons of eligibility remaining.