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The Frank Walker Law/PSN Daily Notebook: February 2



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Update (7:38 PM)- 

**Former Pitt 4-star LB/DE Naquan Brown transfers to Norfolk State.

Update (7:29 PM)- 

**Tonight, Central Catholic 2024 LB Anthony Speca receives an offer from Cincinnati.

Update (7:14 PM)- 

**The latest Power 5 offer for Brashear 2023 4-star linebacker Ta’Mere Robinson comes from Nebraska.

Update (4:49 PM)- 

**Duquesne football gets a commitment from Greensburg CC athlete Aaron Stasko.

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Update (10:25 AM)- 
**Congrats to Seneca Valley 2022 DL Brian Olan for signing today with Duquesne.

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Update (8:50 AM)- 

**Elite Central Catholic 2024 linebacker Anthony Speca earns another Power 5 offer.


Update (8:05 AM)-

**Two more Power Five offers for Central Catholic 2024 wide receiver Peter Gonzalez. On Tuesday, Gonzalez received offers from both Penn State and Maryland. Last week, he received his first Power Five offer from Wisconsin.

Update (8:00 AM)-
**Brashear 2023 3-star defensive end Kameron Cheatom receives an offer from Miami, Ohio. Cheatom also holds offers from Akron, Kent State, Miami (OH) and Toledo.


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