Picking a college is the first big decision that most high school kids have to make.
When you’re presented with multiple options that all have attractive features, it’s not easy to make that final decision, which is something Brandon Honorable is finding out.
Back in June, the three-star offensive tackle from Detroit gave a verbal commitment to Pitt, which was an impressive get for the Panthers.
However, with National Signing Day just two days away, Honorable isn’t ready to sign that Letter of Intent.
Pittsburgh Sports Now spoke with Honorable on the phone Monday night and he said that he won’t be signing on Wednesday and will wait until February to make his final decision.
Honorable was very clear that this delay in signing has nothing to do with Pitt or him being unhappy with them or the coaches. Over the late couple months, Honorable has been recruited hard by other Power Five programs and they’ve made an impression on him.
Honorable didn’t want to name the multiple teams that are recruiting him but did say some are teams that have already offered and others are new teams that haven’t offered until they receive an indication from him that he’d be willing to de-commit from Pitt.
The big offensive tackle (6-foot-7, 315 pounds) tells PSN that he’s remained in contact with the Pitt staff and talked recently with Archie Collins. Pitt is fully supportive of Honorable and wants him to make a decision that he’s 100% committed to. Despite not signing on Wednesday, Pitt has told Honorable that his scholarship will still be available to sign in February.
Honorable wants to be completely sure about his future school and these next two months will allow him to take into consideration all factors before making the biggest decision of his life.