With the losses of Damar Hamlin, Paris Ford and Jason Pinnock to the NFL, the Pitt secondary will have plenty of new faces this season.
One of the players competing for a major role is a name that Pitt fans are familiar with and that’s MJ Devonshire.
The former Aliquippa star is beginning his first year with the Panthers after transferring from Kentucky. The redshirt sophomore, who has four seasons of eligibility, will be an important member of Archie Collins unit because of his versality. Devonshire is currently working out at both cornerback positions, behind Damari Mathis at boundary and Marques Williams at field cornerback.
Devonshire was recently mentioned by Pat Narduzzi for his exceptional play at a recent practice.
Following practice on Tuesday, Devonshire spoke to the local media, including PSN’s Alan Saunders, about his first year with Pitt and his role for the 2021 season.