It didn’t take very long for Bradley Mann to get up to Pitt for a visit.
Last week, Mann received the offer from Tim Salem and Dave Borbely and was in Pittsburgh this past weekend for a visit, which turned into an official visit.
Mann (6-foot-6, 265-pounds) is from Jacksonville, Florida and arrived in Pittsburgh on Sunday and left to go back home late this afternoon. While boarding his connection flight in Charlotte, Mann spoke to PSN about the visit and a timeline for a decision.
“Pittsburgh was really a great place to visit and I really enjoyed it,” Mann tells Pittsburgh Sports Now. “The coaches were great, the players were great, I really had a good time. Coach Duzz was great and we had a really good talk and the players were cool to hang out with. Another thing I like was that there is so much to do in Pittsburgh, you can pretty much do anything.”
Now that this official visit is over, what’s next for Mann? He tells PSN that he’ll be making an unofficial visit to Florida on Wednesday and this weekend, he’ll make an official visit to Louisville.
After that, what’s his timeline for making a decision?
”I don’t have a specific date set but I know that I want to make it soon because I know that Pitt’s filling up and so is Wake,” said Mann. “I know that every school that I’m talking with, spots are filling up in their recruiting class so I don’t want to miss out on a spot.”
Currently, Mann holds offers from Pitt, Army, Florida International, Indiana, Liberty, Louisville, New Mexico, Tulane, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest.