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List Of Pitt Football Unofficial Visitors Today

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A big day on and off the field today for Pat Narduzzi’s program.

The Pitt Panthers will have their first scrimmage of the spring as they continue to prepare for the 2022 season. This will be Pitt’s sixth on-field work out of the spring, which is all leading up to the annual Blue-Gold Game at Heinz Field on April 9.

This scrimmage will not only be viewed by members of the Pitt staff but by a number of recruits that are making their unofficial visit. As Pittsburgh Sports Now has been reporting on for the last two weeks, Pitt would be bringing in a number of highly rated recruits to town to check out their program.

While this isn’t likely the entire list, here are the players that have told PSN that they’re in Pittsburgh today.

Hykeem Williams: 2023 4-star wide receiver (6’3″, 195) from Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Offers from Miami, Albama, Auburn, Cincinnati, Colorado, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, LSU, Michigan, Michigan State, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, Oregon, Penn State, South Carolina, Texas A&M, USC, Virginia Tech and West Virginia. Lead recruiters- Charlie Partridge and Tiquan Underwood.

Jordan Church: 2023 3-star offensive tackle (6’4″, 310) from IMG Academy. Offers from Pitt, Florida State, Louisville, Ole Miss, Missouri, South Florida and Tennessee. Lead recruiter- Tiquan Underwood.

Knijeah Harris: 2023 4-star offensive guard (6’4″, 335) from IMG Academy. Offers from Pitt, Florida, Miami, Oklahoma, Alabama, Auburn, Florida State, Georgia, Georga Tech, LSU, Michigan, Mississippi State, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Ole Miss, Oregon, Penn State, Tennessee, Texas, Texas A&M and USC. Leader recruiter- Tiquan Underwood.

Isaiah Neal: 2023 3-star defensive tackle (6’3″, 270) from St. Frances Academy in Baltimore, Maryland. Offers from Pitt, Boston College, Duke, Louisville, Maryland, Michigan State, Ole Miss, NC State, Northwestern, Ohio State, Syracuse, Virginia, Virginia Tech and West Virginia. Leader recruiters- Andre Powell and Charlie Partridge.

Mason Robinson: 2023 4-star defensive end (6’3″, 220) from Owings Mills, Maryland. Offers from Pitt, Boston College, Duke, Georgia, Maryland, Miami, Michigan, Northwestern, Oklahoma, Oregon, Penn State, South Carolina, Stanford, Tennessee, Virginia, Virginia Tech and West Virginia. Leader recruiter- Andre Powell.

Desmond Umeozula: 2023 4-star defensive end (6’6″, 230) from Springdale, Maryland. Offers from Pitt, Clemson, Florida State, Georgia, Michigan, Michigan State, Ole Miss, North Carolina, Northwestern, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Penn State, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Texas A&M, USC, Virginia Tech, Washington and West Virginia. Lead recruiter- Charlie Partridge.

Braedyn Moore: 2023 3-star athlete (6’2″, 180) from Hamilton, Ohio. Offers from Pitt, Boston College, Cincinnati, Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota and West Virginia. Lead recruiter- Randy Bates.

Anwar O’Neal: 2023 3-star offensive tackle (6’4″, 250) from Middletown, Delaware. Offers from Pitt, Boston College, Duke, Maryland, Wake Forest and West Virginia. Lead recruiter- Andre Powell.

Oluwatosin Babalade: 2023 offensive tackle (6’5″, 295) from DeMatha Catholic in Hyattsville, Maryland. Offers from Pitt, Boston College, Duke, Maryland, Miami, Ole Miss, Rutgers, South Carolina and West Virginia. Lead recruiter- Andre Powell.

Brice Pollack: 2023 cornerback (6’1″, 175) from Snellville, Georgia. Offers from Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan State, Penn State, Central Florida, Wake Forest and West Virginia. Lead recruiter- Archie Collins.

Mike Key: 2024 wide receiver from Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Pitt was his first D-1 offer. Lead recruiter- Tiquan Underwood.

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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Whats going on?
Whats going on?
8 months ago

We need a LB coach that can keep his players. We have one of the top rated defenses the last 3 years. LB’s should be lining up to play for us.

kevin
kevin
8 months ago

Agree 100%!!!
Also, need to have more safeties on the field with the lack of talent/numbers/speed at LB.

Terrence
Terrence
8 months ago

I agree this is becoming a major concern

James from Florida
James from Florida
8 months ago

How can you be sure it’s the coach?

If you have information regarding this please elaborate.

Kids leave because they feel they are not getting enough playing time.

Let us know what inside info you have regarding the LB coach

Larry Blake
Larry Blake
8 months ago

It would be impossible for the commenters above to elaborate because they have no information regarding this or any other Pitt related subject.

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