Connect with us
PSN is sponsored by Beaver County Auto

Pitt FB Recruiting

2022 Athlete Kyle Louis Receives Pitt Offer/Sets Up Official Visit

Published

on

High School Football Recruiting on PSN is sponsored by GameChangers Training, a tri-state leader in elite specific sports training for athletes of all ages. Lead trainer Ameer Dudley & the GameChangers staff believe that in order to be the best, you have to train like the best. GameChangers Training will give any athlete what the need to reach their personal goals... and beyond. For more information, call them at 724-888-1153 or 330-368-1050, or visit them online at gamechangerstraining.net.

Pitt is seeing immediate reaction from an athlete that they extended an offer to on Friday.

Panthers linebacker coach Ryan Manalac spoke on the phone and then offered a scholarship to 2022 3-star recruit Kyle Louis from East Orange Campus in East Orange, New Jersey. Louis (5’11”, 195 lbs.) is being recruited to Pitt as an athlete with the capability of playing multiple position. Pitt joins Maryland, Marshall, Penn State, UMass, Kent State, Buffalo and Temple as programs that have offered the New Jersey native.

On the same day he received the offer from Pitt, Louis then decided to set up an official visit to Pittsburgh, as he’ll be making his visit June 10-12.

Pittsburgh Sports Now caught up with Louis and got his reaction to not only his latest Power Five offer but his decision to make an official visit right away to Pitt.

“I spoke to Coach Manalac through a Zoom Meeting around 9,” Louis told Pittsburgh Sports Now. “We started off getting to know each other, then I talked about how I can be a good fit for the defense. I was expecting it to come earlier but they put a lot of thought into it and showed me a lot of love. I can see myself having a great future there.”

“As far as the official visit, me and Coach talked about the dead period being lifted and they offered me to come see the facility, so far I’ve just been doing virtual tours but I want to go see Heinz Field.”

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
Continue Reading
Advertisement
Click to comment
Subscribe
Notify of
guest
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
 
Like Pittsburgh Sports Now on Facebook!
Send this to a friend