Back on May 11, defensive end Toddrick Brewton earned his first Power Five offer from Charlie Partridge and Pitt.
It’s not taking Brewton long to want to learn more about the Pitt Panther football program.
The 6’4″, 225-pound edge rusher from Miami, Florida has decided to make an official visit to Pitt during the weekend of June 16-18.
Toddrick Brewton 6'4" 218 linebacker from Miami northwestern high school really impressed me with his size, production and attitude. No doubt shows all American skills. Class of 2023 can also grow into a rush end. 3.3 GPA. Brother of Calvin Brewton.@BrewtonToddrick pic.twitter.com/BsCbOIL7bZ
— Tom Lemming (@LemmingReport) February 21, 2022
At this point, Brewton becomes the 8th official visitor during June 16-18 and the 11th player from Florida that has scheduled an official visit to Pitt in June.
Pitt remains Brewton’s only Power Five offer, but he fits the mold of a Charlie Partridge type defensive end, a lot like Deslin Alexandre, Haba Baldonado, Rashad Weaver, all from Florida that went on to have excellent careers at Pitt.
Brewton is the sixth defensive end coming next month for an official visit: Antonio Camon (Florida), DeeJay Holmes (Florida), Calvin Smith (Florida), Desmond Umeozulu (Maryland) and Jalen Thompson (Michigan).