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Florida 3-Star RB Jordaan Bailey Decommits From Pitt

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For the second time in the last week, a member of Pitt football’s Class of 2022 has announced that he is de-committing from the Panthers.

3-star running back Jordaan Bailey (6-foot-1, 185 pounds) from Hillsborough High School in Tampa, Florida, announced on Twitter that he’s opened up his recruitment.

“First and foremost I would like to thank the head man Coach Narduzzi and Coach Sanders and Coach Powell also Coach Graham for taking their time recruiting me and believing in me when I didn’t believe in myself and building such an amazing bond with me. After a long talk with my family, I decided to de-commit from Pittsburgh University.”

Bailey originally committed to Pitt back on June 12 after making an official visit. At that time, Bailey also held offers from Cincinnati, Mississippi State, Syracuse, West Virginia, South Florida, Toledo, Western Kentucky, Liberty, Georgia Southern, East Carolina, Colorado State, Buffalo, Bowling Green, Austin Peay and Arkansas State.

With this news, Pitt’s Class of 2022 is down to just 10 players. Bailey was the only running back in the class.

Bailey joins 3-star wide receiver Camden Brown (Fort Lauderdale, Florida), 3-star defensive end Bradley Mann (Jacksonville, Florida), 3-star defensive tackle Elijah Statham (Smyrna, Delaware), 3-star cornerback Aveon Grose (Mansfield, Ohio) and 3-star offensive tackle Ja’Kavion Nonar (Belle Glade, Florida) as players that have decommited from Pitt this year. It’s interesting that four of these decommitments have come from players in Florida.

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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Kevin
Kevin
9 months ago

I Just hope we are getting better players than these 3 stars who are de-committing!
H2P!!!

Section 122
Section 122
9 months ago

Isn’t winning a championship supposed to have the opposite effect on recruiting?

Clark Martineau
Clark Martineau
9 months ago
Reply to  Section 122

Absolutely! Who wouldn’t want to play for a championship team?

Ryan Scholato
Ryan Scholato
9 months ago

Depends on who that team is..

richard ellison
richard ellison
9 months ago

something that others are offering a family member . Who don`t want to play on a championship team an help finish building that foundation ?

Terrence
Terrence
9 months ago
Reply to  Section 122

You would think

Kowboygoc
Kowboygoc
9 months ago

Also depends on the character of said player. Want volunteers not hostages. Not 100% go somewhere else please.

richard ellison
richard ellison
9 months ago
Reply to  Kowboygoc

I agree 100% with that anwser

Helmoot Markblo
Helmoot Markblo
9 months ago

Pittsburgh University????? Where’s that? Pass on someone who doesn’t even know what university he committed too.

Chasman54
Chasman54
9 months ago

Seems to be a lot in one year,maybe coaching changes have something to do with their decision, or possibly with Pittsburgh University comments the IQ and college acceptance test are not up to Pitt standards!. Best go to school that you know the name correctly or you have not done your studies! Academics are little stronger than some,might not be a good fit for these athletes.

richard ellison
richard ellison
9 months ago
Reply to  Chasman54

very true

Patrick
Patrick
9 months ago

For whatever reason, I wasn’t able to see the entire article. Any idea where this three-star running back is planning on going?

James BR
James BR
9 months ago

I find it interesting Pitt loses a Florida commit after Manny Diaz is fired and Mario Cristobal is in. Maybe he thinks will have the opportunity to get recruited by Miami or even Florida with Mullen out and Billy Napier in. I wonder if the Florida firing influenced the other Florida players as well.

Last edited 9 months ago by James BR
Katura Cassells
Katura Cassells
9 months ago
Reply to  James BR

No doubt many of these young men buy the hype over Cristobal. Most of them will regret their decision when they discover that Cristobal gives offers to all highly recruited players. Then, later, his staff begins to withdraw offers as he weeds out the lowest ranked offers.

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