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The Frank Walker Law/PSN Daily Notebook: October 1

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Update (7:30 PM)- 

**Pitt football extends an offer to 2022 3-star offensive tackle Matthew McCoy (6’6”, 275) from Creekside High School in Saint Augustine, Florida. McCoy holds offers from Louisville, Maryland, Miami, Minnesota, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, TCU and South Florida.


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Update (3:24 PM)- 

**Pitt football extends an offer today to 2024 athlete Jonathan Echols from Franklin, Georgia. Echols (6’6”, 255) received his first D-1 offer on September 13 from Central Florida and since then has received offers from LSU, Georgia, Arkansas, Ole Miss and Georgia Tech.

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Update (11:36 AM)- 

**North Allegheny 2022 WR/TE Dwayne Keith Taylor (6’5”, 205) picks up his first D-1 offer from Duquesne.

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Update (8:50 AM)- 

**Belle Vernon 2022 athlete Devin Whitlock picked up his second D-1 offer Thursday night. Earlier this week, Whitlock received his first one from West Liberty.

Update (8:42 AM)-

**Belle Vernon 2024 4-star athlete Quinton Martin will not play tonight due to an injury he suffered last Friday against Thomas Jefferson.

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