For the second time in as many days, a Class of 2021 recruit that was previously committed to a MAC program has committed to Pitt.
Three-star offensive tackle Kyle Fugedi decided Monday night, after de-committing from Miami (Ohio) a few days ago, that he was accepting Pat Narduzzi’s offer and joining the Panthers.
— Kyle Fugedi (@kylefugedi) December 1, 2020
Fugedi became the 22nd player in Pitt’s Class of 2021 and becomes the fifth and possibly sixth offensive line prospect in this recruiting class. That number will be known once it’s determined what position Trey Andersen will play, tight end or offensive tackle.
Fugedi (6’6”, 295) had been committed to March but dropped that pledge on November 27, a week after receiving the offer from Dave Borbely and Pitt.
It’s interesting that Fugedi becomes Pitt’s third commitment this year from Michigan, with the other two also linemen, Terrence Enos and Brandon Honorable.
Fugedi plans on signing his Letter of Intent in December but will not be enrolling early.
With 22 commitments, Pitt still has ability to take three more before February.