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The Frank Walker Law/PSN Daily Notebook: February 24



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Update (9:43 PM)-

Update (8:05 PM)- 

**Mt. Lebanon 2022 DB/RB Alex Tecza receives an offer tonight from Army. Tecza (6-foot-1, 180) was a 2020 WPIAL 6A All-Conference 1st Team player. Tecza also holds offers from Columbia and Penn.

Update (7:46 PM)- 

**Gateway 2022 3-star athlete Patrick Body picks up an offer tonight from Illinois. Body (6’2”, 175) also holds offers from Cincinnati, Pitt, Rutgers, Liberty, Kent State, Old Dominion, Temple, Toledo and West Virginia.

Update (7:36 PM)- 

**Central Catholic 2022 OT/DE Matthew Aulicino receives an offer from Akron. Aulicino has also received an offer from Army.


Update (7:29 PM)- 

**Pine-Richland 2022 linebacker Jeremiah Hasley receives an offer from Army. Hasley also has an offer from Navy, Columbia and Penn.

Update (7:18 PM)- 

**Central Catholic 2022 3-star DT Donovan Hinish receives an offer tonight from Akron. Yesterday, Hinish picked one up from Buffalo with his two biggest offers from Notre Dame and Pitt.

Update (7:14 PM)-

Update (3:10 PM)-

**Pitt extends an offer to another wide receiver, this time 3-star recruit Marcus Peterson from Columbia High School in Lake City, Florida. Peterson (6-foot-4, 200 pounds) has 30+ offers, including from programs such as Arizona, Arkansas, Florida State, Georgia, LSU, Miami (FL), Ole Miss, Penn State, South Carolina and Tennessee.

Update (8:12 AM)- 

**Very high rating from Sports Illustrated for Pitt sophomore forward Justin Champagnie.

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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