For the second time in the last few days, Pitt has extended an offer to a WPIAL prospect.
Friday evening, Pitt was the first school to offer Belle Vernon’s Quinton Martin and tonight, junior defensive tackle Donovan Hinish from Central Catholic High School. Last week, Hinish received his first D-I offer from Notre Dame, the same school that his older brother, Kurt, currently plays for.
”I found out about the offer when Coach Sanders was on the phone with me discussing football and he was saying how he liked my play style,” Hinish told Pittsburgh Sports Now.
After receiving the offer from the Fighting Irish, Hinish described his playing style to PSN as, “I play with a nastiness and I have a motor that never stops. I’ll keep going until I break you.”
— Donovan Hinish (@D_Hinish51) November 16, 2020
Considering the relationship that Charlie Partridge was able to develop with Central Catholic star and future Pitt defensive tackle Elliot Donald, it would not be surprising if he takes over the recruitment of Hinish.
Hinish is just another young WPIAL talent that the Pitt staff has offered, joining Laurel Highlands sophomore Rodney Gallagher, Brashear sophomore Ta’Mere Robinson and Martin.