The Pitt basketball program will be hosting a player this weekend that they very much would like to add to their roster for the upcoming season.
Greg Elliott, a 6-foot-3 guard who played four seasons at Marquette, will be in Pittsburgh this weekend for an official visit. Elliott averaged seven points per game this season, his fourth with the Golden Eagles. He has played 114 games in his career and shot 39% from three-point range this season on a career-high 3.1 three-point attempts per game.
Eliott’s two biggest games this past season were a 22-point performance against UCLA and a career-high 25 against DePaul in January.
Pitt is looking for a veteran guard to come off the bench behind Nelly Cummings, Jamarius Burton, and Nike Sibande. The Panthers have added five new players to the roster this off-season, picking up Cummings, Blake Hinson, Fede Federiko, Jorge Diaz-Graham, and Guillermo Diaz-Graham.
The Panthers have three scholarships remaining for next year’s roster and would like to use them on a veteran guard, a wing and big man to play in the post.