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Pitt QB Logan Clouse Enters Transfer Portal

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Redshirt freshman quarterback Logan Clouse announced Friday afternoon that he will be leaving Pitt and entering the transfer portal.

The 6-foot-2 quarterback joined the program as a preferred walk-on during camp in 2020 and has yet to see any game action at the collegiate level.

Clouse is a Mendham, N.J. native who graduated from the Hun School in Princeton, N.J. He was a two-star prospect coming out of high school  and threw for 3,334 yards and 32 touchdowns to just four interceptions in 18 games. In his senior season, Clouse was named an All-Mid-Atlantic Prep League first-team selection.

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Terrence
Terrence
1 month ago

Seriously when did he think he would’ve played here in the 1st place

PittBand
PittBand
1 month ago
Reply to  Terrence

Who said he expected to play? He could have decided that a year with excellent QB tutoring was worth it.
I hope he discovers his dream and he will always be a Pitt Panther.

Terrence
Terrence
1 month ago
Reply to  PittBand

Well I’m sure he’s transferring cause he wants to play and he was way down the depth chart ,good luck to the young man

Terrence
Terrence
1 month ago
Reply to  PittBand

Also what excellent tutoring are you talking about have watched pitt’s offense the last few yrs, apparently not

Wade Gizzy
Wade Gizzy
1 month ago
Reply to  Terrence

A veteran coordinator and quarterbacks coach, Whipple, who turns 62 in April, spent 2004-06 in Pittsburgh with the Steelers under head coach Bill Cowher. His time here coincided with the first three seasons of Ben Roethlisberger’s NFL career, and Roethlisberger told the Massachusetts Daily Collegian in 2014 that Whipple “really taught me how to be a pro when it comes to doing the football side of things

PittBand
PittBand
1 month ago
Reply to  Terrence

Add a tight end who can catch and you change your tune.

 
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