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Jeff Capel Having In-Home Visit Today With Quaker Valley Star Adou Thiero

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Quaker Valley star guard Adou Thiero has been the talk of the town lately in Pittsburgh hoops.

First, it was because of his team winning the WPIAL 4A Championship and then making it to Hershey to play in the PIAA Finals. Then the spotlight turned to him individually as the 6-foot-5 guard received offers Kentucky and then on Sunday from Maryland.

Today, he is once again in the news as Pittsburgh Sports Now has learned that he’s receiving an in-home visit from Pitt head coach Jeff Capel.

The Pitt staff is very familiar with Thiero after attending his playoff games recently but to this point, haven’t formally extended an offer. Capel currently has six open scholarships for the upcoming season, and it’ll be interesting to see if he goes ahead and offers Thiero a scholarship today when he speaks to him and his family in-person.

Following a season in which he averaged 23.3 points and 10 rebounds per game, Thiero received a division an offer from Duquesne and is also receiving interest from programs such as Ohio State, Marquette, Cincinnati, West Virginia, UCSB, and Indiana.

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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Joe
Joe
7 months ago

I think folks in the alumni association should get together and determine how they want to approach the NIL with PITT prospects. If you look at the size of the metro areas of many schools PITT overwhelms them all.

Kowboygoc
Kowboygoc
7 months ago
Reply to  Joe

Pay the man Pitt or he or anyone else is gone. Alumni need to step up with 💰💰💰💰💰

Steve
Steve
7 months ago

Still havent offered this young man? Clueless

Section 122
Section 122
7 months ago

Watch Capel get beat out by Duquesne.

Dukes

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