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Update (4 PM)-

Nathan Peterman (Photo by: David Hague)

**Former Pitt quarterback Nathan Peterman is joining the Chicago Bears on a one-year contract, per NFL Network. He will battle Trevor Siemian to back up Justin Fields in Chicago. Peterman spent the last four seasons with the Raiders.

Update (3:50 PM)-

**2024 athlete Jackson Pons from Norwin High School in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania picked up his second Division I scholarship from Bowling Green Wednesday. Pons (6-foot-1, 165 pounds) received his first offer from Mississippi State in April.


Update (3:03 PM)- 

**Charlie Partridge extends an offer to 2023 defensive end Toddrick Brewton from Miami, Florida. Brewton (6’3”, 225) holds other offers from Tulane a and Florida International. This is Brewton’s first Power 5 offer.

Update (2:46 Pm)-

**Randy Bates and Pitt extend an offer 2023 3-star offensive lineman Mysta Moore from Taft High School in Cincinnati, Ohio. Moore (6’4”, 300) holds other offers from Purdue, Toledo, UMass, Buffalo and Akron.

Update (1:32 PM)-

**Andre Powell extends an offer to 2023 3-star wide receiver Paul Billups from Western Branch High School in Chesapeake, Virginia. Billups (6’2″, 185) has previous offers from West Virginia, Florida State, Boston College, South Carolina, Duke, Wake Forest, Virginia Tech, Virginia, Syracuse, Penn State, North Carolina, Michigan State, Maryland and Liberty.

Update (1:16 PM)-

**On Wednesday, Randy Bates and Pitt extend an offer to 2024 cornerback Terhyon Nichols from Withrow High School in Cincinnati, Ohio. Nichols (5’11”, 175) has also received offers from Utah State, Tennessee, Notre Dame, Minnesota, Miami (OH), Kent State, Georgia Tech, Eastern Michigan, Cincinnati, Central Michigan and Akron.

Update (11:37 AM)-
**Robert Morris basketball extends an offer to 6’3″, combo guard Caleb Donaldson from St. Cloud State. Last season, Donaldson averaged 16.7 points and 3.8 assists, while playing over 35 minutes per game. Donaldson also shot an impressive 57.9% from the field and 52% from 3-point range. Two seasons ago as a freshman, Donaldson appeared in all 29 games and made 18 starts. He went on to average 8.9 points per game. Donaldson has also pulled in offers from Eastern Illinois, Radford, UW-Green Bay, Drexel, UMBC, Central Connecticut,

Update (11:11 AM)-
**On Tuesday night, Pitt assistant quarterbacks coach Jonathan DiBiaso extended an offer to freshman quarterback Ashton Beierly from Chaparral High School in Temecula, California. This is the first D-1 offer for this young quarterback.

Update (10:15 AM)-
**Freshman running back Byron Louis (American Heritage High School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida) picks up an offer from Pitt. The 5’10”, 180-pound back also holds early offers from Georgia, Georgia Tech, Indiana, Miami, Syracuse, Texas A&M, Ole Miss, Toledo and South Florida.

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