After a strong spring of hosting top-ranked recruits across the classes of 2023, 2024 and 2025, Pitt has officially begun to receive word of the recruits from the 2023 class that will be making official visits to Pittsburgh.
This isn’t a complete list, of course, and more visitors will continue to announce their intentions, but here are the early confirmed visitors to Pitt.
Hykeem Williams — four-star wide receiver from Stranahan HS in Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Williams (6-foot-4, 205 pounds) is the highest recruit on Pitt’s radar in the 2023 cycle, and the elite wide receiver’s relationship with Charlie Partridge and Tiquan Underwood has led to an official visit.
247Sports rates him as the 39th-ranked recruit in the class (sixth-ranked wide receiver and 10th-ranked recruit from Florida) while Rivals rates him as the 36th-ranked recruit in the cycle (fifth-ranked wide receiver and the ninth-ranked recruit from Florida).
Kenny Johnson — three-star wide receiver from Dallastown Area HS in Dallastown, Pennsylvania
Johnson (6-foot-1, 190 pounds) is an in-state recruit who hasn’t been to Pittsburgh yet, but perhaps an official visit to kickoff June will sway his perception.
247Sports rates him as the 521st-ranked recruit in the class (69th-ranked wide receiver and the 15th-ranked recruit from Pennsylvania) while Rivals rates him as the 76th-ranked wide receiver and the 16th-ranked recruit from Pennsylvania.
— Kenny Johnson (@Kennyjohnson05) April 21, 2022
Isaiah Neal — three-star defensive from St. Frances Academy in Baltimore, Maryland
Neal (6-foot-3, 270 pounds) has made two trips out to Pittsburgh for unofficial visits so far, including one in March, and he’s seen enough to make it back out for an official.
247Sports rates Neal as the 536th-ranked recruit in the class (67th-ranked defensive tackle and the 10th-ranked recruit from D.C.) while Rivals rates him as the 32nd-ranked defensive tackle and the ninth-ranked recruit from Maryland.
— Ghost (@IsaiahNeal99) April 20, 2022
Antonio Camon — three-star defensive end from Tampa Bay Tech HS in Tampa, Florida
Camon (6-foot-3, 250 pounds) has picked up over 20 offers already, and he announced he’d be taking an official visit to make it to Pittsburgh for a few days.
247Sports rates him as the 619th-ranked recruit in the class (48th-ranked defensive end and 98th-ranked recruit from Florida) while Rivals rates him as the 38th-ranked strongside defensive end and the 71st-ranked recruit from Florida.
— 3⭐️Antonio Camon (@AntonioCamon1) April 20, 2022
Calvin Smith — three-star defensive end from Ocoee HS in Ocoee, Florida
Smith (6-foot-3, 230 pounds) made a visit to Pittsburgh during the spring session, and the edge rusher with over 20 college offers is making it back out to Pittsburgh for an official three months later.
247Sports rates Smith as the 891st-ranked recruit in the class (64th-ranked edge rusher and 127th-ranked recruit from Florida) while Rivals hasn’t officially rated him and gave him a 5.5 Rivals Rating.
— calvin smith (@7Csmith) April 20, 2022
DeeJay Holmes — three-star defensive end from Pahokee HS in Pahokee, Florida
Holmes (6-foot-3, 230 pounds) picked up an offer from Pitt in February, adding to a list featuring Boston College, Indiana, Louisville, Penn State, Purdue, Syracuse, UCF and more.
247Sports rates Holmes as the 65th-ranked defensive end and the 116th-ranked recruit from Florida while Rivals hasn’t yet rated him, but he holds a 5.7 Rivals Rating.
— ✡︎ (@deejayholmesjr) April 20, 2022
Brice Pollock — three-star cornerback from Shiloh HS in Snellville, Georgia
Pollock (6-foot-1, 180 pounds) is another potential Georgia defensive back pipeline recruit who made it up to Pittsburgh during the spring session.
247Sports hasn’t rated Pollock yet, but Rivals rates him as the 55th-ranked cornerback and the 43rd-ranked recruit from Georgia.
— Brice Pollock (@PollockBrice) April 20, 2022
Rasheem Biles — three-star athlete from Pickerington Central HS in Pickerington, Ohio
Biles (6-foot-2, 180 pounds) made a visit out to Pittsburgh for Pitt’s ACC Coastal-clinching win over Virginia last season, and he’s making his way back for an official.
247Sports rates him as the 82nd-ranked athlete and the 28th-ranked recruit from Ohio while Rivals rates him as the 39th-ranked recruit from Ohio.
— Rasheem “The dream” Biles 🖤. (@Rasheembiles) April 20, 2022
Montravius Lloyd — running back from Lakewood High School in St. Petersburg, Florida
Lloyd (6-foot-1, 205 pounds) picked up an offer from Cory Sanders back in February, and he will make it out to Pittsburgh. He’s received offers from Arizona, Florida State, USF, Wake Forest and West Virginia.
Neither 247Sports nor Rivals has rated Lloyd yet.
— Montravius (Trey) Lloyd (@LloydMontravius) April 20, 2022
Antonio Robinson — four-star cornerback from Florida Christian School in Miami, Florida
Robinson (5-10, 170 pounds) has never been to Pittsburgh, but after building a strong connection with Charlie Partridge and Cory Sanders, he’s making it out to Pitt for an official visit — despite holding 29 offers.
247Sports rates Robinson as the 56th-ranked cornerback and 80th-ranked recruit from Florida in the cycle while Rivals rates him as the 43rd-ranked cornerback and the 60th-ranked recruit from Florida.
— Antonio C/O 2023 אנטוניו (@itoniorobinson2) April 20, 2022
Jermaine Mathews — three-star cornerback from Winton Woods HS in Cincinnati, Ohio
Mathews (6-foot, 175 pounds) narrowed his extensive offer sheet to just eight teams recently, including Pitt in the mix, and Mathews’ recent visit to Pitt cemented top contender status in his recruiting chase.
247Sports rates Mathews as the 532nd-ranked recruit in the cycle (38th-ranked cornerback and the eighth-ranked recruit from Ohio) while Rivals rates him as the 69th-ranked cornerback and the 17th-ranked recruit from Ohio.
— Jermaine Mathews (@Jr2Maine) April 21, 2022
Jesse Anderson — three-star wide receiver from Cardinal Gibbons HS in Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Anderson (6-foot-2, 180 pounds) is another Florida recruit who made it up to Pittsburgh during the spring session, and the versatile athlete was able to reconnect with old teammates and see the area for himself — liking it enough to schedule an official visit.
247Sports rates him as the 160th-ranked wide receiver and the 149th-ranked recruit from Florida while Rivals has only given him a 5.6 Rivals Rating.
— Jesse Anderson (@JesseAnderson05) April 20, 2022
Guerlens Milfort — three-star defensive lineman from Lakeland HS in Lakeland, Florida
Milfort (6-foot-2, 275 pounds) picked up his Pitt offer from Cory Sanders back in February, and the big defensive lineman is heating up with Pitt and Kansas.
247Sports rates Milfort as the 81st-ranked defensive tackle and 96th-ranked recruit from Florida while Rivals has not yet rated him.
— GUERLENS|MILFORT “ G. “ (@zoeblow_g) April 20, 2022
Collin Dunn — three-star safety from Hillcrest High School in Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Dunn (6-foot-1, 190 pounds) visited Pitt during the spring session, liking what he heard about his potential fit in Pitt’s defense, and he’s coming back now for an official visit.
247Sports rates Dunn as the 749th-ranked recruit in the class (60th-ranked safety and the 36th-ranked recruit from Alabama) while Rivals rates him as the 34th-ranked recruit from Alabama.
— CDunn04 (@Dunn04C) April 20, 2022