Update (2:54 PM)-
**Ohio State has offered 2024 Central Catholic linebacker Anthony Speca. Speca visited with the Buckeyes on Saturday, and said he got the offer from head coach Ryan Day.
After a great talk with @ryandaytime, I am Beyond Blessed to receive an offer from THE Ohio State University 🌰 #GoBucks @MattGuerrieri @CoachJimKnowles @OhioStateFB @RivalsFriedman @BrianDohn247 @210ths @flem021 pic.twitter.com/D9QkWMzS9S
— Anthony Speca (@aspeca6) March 26, 2022
A 6-foot-2, 220-pound linebacker, Speca also has offers from Boston College, Cincinnati, Colorado, Maryland, Michigan, Notre Dame, Penn State, Pitt, Purdue, South Carolina and West Virginia. He’s rated as a four-star prospect by Rivals.
Update (2:54 PM)-
**Pitt receives an unofficial visit for 2024 wide receiver Sage Clawges from Morgantown, West Virginia. At this point, Clawges holds an offer from UConn but is getting recruited by many D-1 programs.
— Sage Clawges (@SageClawges) March 26, 2022
Update (1:33 PM)-
— Landon Bailey (@landonbailey21) March 26, 2022
Update (1:10 PM)-
**South Allegheny 2023 DE Dashawn Carter visiting Pitt today.
— Dashawn Carter (@dashawncarter21) March 26, 2022
Update (10:55 AM)-
🚨 𝗦𝗖𝗛𝗘𝗗𝗨𝗟𝗘 𝗨𝗣𝗗𝗔𝗧𝗘
The series finale against No. 2️⃣0️⃣ Clemson is cancelled & won't be made up.
— Pitt Baseball (@Pitt_BASE) March 26, 2022
Update (10:43 AM)-
**Pitt received an unofficial visit on Friday from 2023 offensive lineman Michael Crounse (6’5”, 310) from DeMatha Catholic in Hyattsville, Maryland. Crounse currently holds offers from Pitt, Cincinnati, UConn, Iowa State, Louisville, Maryland, Michigan State, Toledo and West Virginia.
Pittsburgh Sports Now caught up with Crounse who gave us this recap of his visit.
”I really enjoyed my time there with my family. Coach Borbely and Powell were awesome! I really enjoyed the facilities and the staff! It definitely stands extremely high on my list! I feel like Coach Narduzzi has the program going in a upward trend and they have it set up for every player to succeed! Overall, the experience was awesome and i’ll definitely be back!”
Update (10:34 AM)-
New Castle lost to Imhotep Charter in state championship.
Count New Castle coach Ralph Blundo among the many coaches who feel something should be done about private/Catholic/charter schools in Pa. sports.
“Common sense,” Blundo says. pic.twitter.com/KLFtKRjyRY
— Mike White (@mwhiteburgh) March 26, 2022
Update (10:21 AM)-
WHAT A GAME FOR THE ROOKIE‼️
— NBA G League (@nbagleague) March 26, 2022
Update (9:54 AM)-
🚨 Schedule Update 🚨
— Pitt Softball (@Pitt_SB) March 26, 2022
Update (8:55 AM)-
— Phil DeCapito (@CoachPDeCapito) March 26, 2022
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— Bill Bender (@BillBender92) March 26, 2022