The Pitt Panthers have added more depth to their tight end room as they pick up their second transfer within the last week.
First it was JUCO TE Karter Johnson and today they added Georgia Tech TE Dylan Deveney.
Back on April 20, Deveney announced his intentions to enter the transfer portal after spending three seasons with the Yellow Jackets program. Deveney played in 23 games with 8 starts during his Georgia Tech career, catching 14 passes for 102 yards and a TD.
The 6’6″, 240-pound tight end will have three seasons of athletic eligibility remaining.
Deveney was a member of the Class of 2019 and Pitt was the first Power Five program to extend him an offer as he came out of The Hun School in Princeton, New Jersey.
With the addition of Deveney, Pitt’s scholarship board now stands at 84.
Pitt’s tight end depth chart now includes Bartholomew, Johnson, Kyi Wright, Jake Renda, Cole Mitchell and Deveney.