Khamari Anderson made an unofficial visit to Pitt for their ACC Coastal Division clinching win over Virginia, and it looks to have made an impression on him.
The highly skilled junior tight end from Michigan has announced his Top Three and it includes Pitt. Archie Collins and Pitt were actually the first program to extend Anderson an offer, which is something he still remembers.
The 4-star tight end from Cass Tech High School in Detroit, Michigan announced his Top Three schools are- Pitt, Michigan and Cincinnati.
The 6’5″, 230-pound tight end is rated by Rivals as the No. 14 junior tight end and the No. 4 overall recruit in the talent-rich state of Michigan.
Anderson has made multiple trips to Pittsburgh, his first being one of Pitt’s summer prospect camps. However, his latest visit in November for the Virginia game was something that he told PSN following the visit that he enjoyed very much, especially being in the Panthers locker room following the game.
“With Pitt being the first team to offer me, they will always have a special place in my heart, so I wanted to come back down and see what it’s like on a gameday and I absolutely loved it. I loved the energy, I loved the people, and it was obviously a big win, so the locker room was lit after the game. I loved it. Being in the locker room was crazy. Everybody had their cigars, the speakers were loud and all you could see was the blue light coming from the lockers. It was very cool and crazy. Loved it.”
Considering they’re his in-state school and with his older currently playing there, Michigan is considered the favorite, but I’d imagine Pitt likes the position they currently sit in. Pitt would no doubt like to add a player of Anderson’s skill to team with Gavin Bartholomew and give their offensive two dynamic play makers at tight end.