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Update (8:30 PM)- 

**Pitt extends an offer today to 2023 3-star DL Stantavious Smith from Dougherty High School in Albany, Georgia. Smith (6’1”, 260) holds an impressive offer list- Florida State, Kentucky, LSU, Ohio State, Arkansas, Georgia, Florida, Georgia Tech, Nebraska, Notre Dame, South Carolina, Tennessee, Mississippi State, Louisville, Penn State, Oregon, Arizona and Vanderbilt.

Update (4:40 PM)-

Update (4:12 PM)- 

**North Allegheny 2024 OL Cameron Chmura (6’3”, 270) received an offer today from Kent State, which is his first D-1 offer.

Update (12:59 PM)-

 

Update (12:52 PM)-

Update (12:41 PM)-
**Central Catholic 2024 LB/DE/TE Ty Yuhas received an offer today from Kent State, which becomes his first D-1 offer.

Update (10:47 AM)-

 

Update (9:45 AM)-
**Pitt extends an offer to 2023 3-star wide receiver Lamar Seymore, who’s currently committed to Miami. Seymore attends Northwestern High School in Miami, Florida and committed to the Hurricanes back in April. Seymore received the offer from Tiquan Underwood. Prior to committing to Miami, Seymore received offers from Penn State, Auburn, Georgia, Oklahoma, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Florida State, Central Florida, Colorado and West Virgina. It appears as though Seymore isn’t totally committed to Miami because he’s scheduled an official visit to Central Florida on June 3.

Update (9:35 AM)-

**Another offer from Pitt to a player in the Class of 2023 as this one goes to wide receiver Daidren Zipperer from Lakeland, Florida. Zipperer (6’0″, 165) previously received offers from BYU, Coastal Carolina, Florida Atlantic, Kentucky, Liberty, South Carolina, South Florida, Central Florida, Western Kentucky and Western Michigan.

Update (9:05 AM-
**An offer from Pitt to a player in the Class of 2023 as 3-star Saboor Karriem picks up an offer from the Panthers. Karriem is a 6’3″ cornerback from West Orange, New Jersey. Along with Pitt, Karriem also holds offers from Akron, Boston College, UConn, Duke, Georgia Tech, Illinois, Louisville, Maryland, Syracuse, Temple, Vanderbilt, Virginia Tech and West Virginia. Karriem has an official visit scheduled next week to Illinois.

Update (8:55 AM)-

**A second offer from Pitt to a standout from Philadelphia, as Cory Sanders offers 2024 4-star DE Deshon Dodson from Neumann Goretti HS. Dodson (6’5″, 260) holds offers from Boston College, Maryland, Miami, Ole Miss, Nebraska, Penn State, Rutgers, Syracuse, Texas A&M, West Virginia and Wisconsin.

Update (8:42 AM)-
**Cory Sanders and Pitt extend an offer to 2024 cornerback Khari Reid from Neumann Goretti HS in Philadelphia. Reid (5’10”, 165) holds other offers from Boston College, Bowling Green, Maryland, Ole Miss, Penn State and West Virginia.

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