Update (9:54 PM)-
**Frank Cignetti offers 2023 4-star quarterback Christopher Vizzina (6’4”, 205) from Birmingham, Alabama. Vizzina is one of the top quarterbacks in the country and holds offers from Arkansas, Auburn, Clemson, Florida, Georgia Tech, Kentucky, LSU, Louisville, Michigan State, Mississippi State, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Oklahoma State, Penn State, Tennessee and West Virginia. Vizzina is rated as one of the Top 140 juniors in the country and is the 5th junior quarterback to receive an offer from Pitt today.
— Christopher Vizzina (@vizzina2) January 21, 2022
Update (9:31 PM)-
**A fourth quarterback receives an offer today from Frank Cignetti and Pitt as this one goes to 2023 3-star quarterback Brock Glenn from Memphis, Tennessee. Glenn (6’2”, 190) also holds offers from Cincinnati, Duke, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Marshall, Memphis, Michigan State, Missouri and Vanderbilt.
— Brock Glenn (@Brock1Glenn) December 4, 2021
Update (3:44 PM)-
**A big day for junior quarterback Hank Brown as he receives an offer from Frank Cignetti and Pitt. This is the first D-1 offer for Brown, who’s from Nashville, Tennessee.
Check out my Junior Season – https://t.co/BAJKlw43FM
— Hank Brown (@Hankb_15) November 11, 2021
Update (3:09 PM)-
**A second today from Pitt to a junior quarterback. 3-star Bo Edmundson, from Lake Travis High School in Austin, Texas, receives an offer from Pitt. Edmundson (6’2”, 190) holds offers from Colorado, Houston, Kentucky, Michigan State, Oklahoma State, Penn State, Purdue, SMU, Tulsa and Utah. Lake Travis High School is the same school as Pitt freshman quarterback Nate Yarnell.
— Bo Edmundson (@BoEdmundson) December 7, 2021
Update (2:52 PM)-
**Today, Frank Cignetti and Pitt extend an offer to 2023 4-star quarterback JJ Kohl from Ankeny, Iowa. Kohl (6’6”, 225) is rated as one of the Top 200 juniors with offers from Boston College, Florida State, Indiana, Iowa, Iowa State, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska and Penn State.
— JJ Kohl (@JJKohl3) November 23, 2021
Update (12:51 PM)-
— Frank Cignetti Jr. (@FrankCignetti) February 5, 2022
Update (12:42 PM)-
— Nittany Sports Now (@NittanySN) February 5, 2022
Update (12:41 PM)-
Asked an NFL scout to power rank how the QBs did during team interviews at the Senior Bowl. His succinct response:
"Pickett. Gap. Everyone else."
— Dane Brugler (@dpbrugler) February 5, 2022