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Update (12:40 PM)- 
**Official visitors have arrived at Pitt and they had a chance to watch the Pittsburgh Steelers practice this morning. 3-star defensive tackle Isaiah Neal (Baltimore, Maryland) had a chance to meet former Steeler great linebacker Ryan Shazier.


Update (12:32 PM)- 
**Pitt extends an offer to 8th grader RB/DB Kharon Craig from Hartford, Connecticut. Craig received the news from assistant Jonathan DiBiaso and this becomes his second D-1 offer (Rutgers).

Update (10:15 AM)-

**Rising 2024 quarterback Cody Pagach from Independence High School in Thompson’s Station, Tennessee will be making it out to Pittsburgh for the Rising Stars I camp on June 5. Pagach (6-foot-3, picked up his first college offer from Pitt in March and has since added an offer from Toledo, along with Power Five interest.

Update (9:18 AM)- 

**3-star DE Antonio Camon (Tampa, Florida) has arrived in town for his Pitt official visit.

Update (9:01 AM)- 

**More interest for Ohio 2023 3-star CB Jermaine Matthews. Following a standout performance at an Ohio State football camp, Matthews has picked up an offer from Oklahoma. He also earned an offer yesterday from Ohio State. Matthews has an official visit scheduled to Pitt on June 24-26.

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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