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Pitt Offers Willis McGahee IV, Son of NFL and Miami Great

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Willis McGahee was one of the best running backs in the history of Miami Hurricanes football and had a solid career in the NFL.

McGahee was a consensus All-American and, despite a horrific knee injury during the 2003 National Championship game, was drafted in the 1st round of the 2003 NFL Draft by the Buffalo Bills. In the NFL, he went on to rush for over 8,000 yards and was a two-time Pro Bowl selection.

College football will soon have another McGahee on the playing field, the question now is what college program will he suit up for?

Willis McGahee IV, the son of Willis, is a 2024 3-star defensive end from Miami Palmetto High School in Miami, Florida. The 6’2″, 215-pound rush end already holds 10+ offers, the latest of which comes from Charlie Partridge and the Pitt Panthers.

Along with Pitt, McGahee also holds offers from Michigan, Auburn, Rutgers, Syracuse, Charlotte, Coastal Carolina, Bowling Green, Toledo, Central Florida and West Virginia.

Currently, Pitt only has one member of their 2024 class in four-star defensive lineman Jahsear Whittington. While it’s highly unlikely any comittment to Pitt from McGahee would come soon, he’d be the team’s second committ and the second on the defensive line for the 2024 class.

It’s also possible that he’d want to play at the same school his father dominated at. Right now, McGahee hasn’t received an offer from Miami. If it happens, it might be difficult for him to pass up, but that isn’t stopping Partridge and the Panthers to go after this future pass rushing star.

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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