This week Pitt will host a talented quarterback that the staff is very high on.
2024 4-star quarterback Jakhari Williams from First Presbyterian Day School in Macon, Georgia will be in Pittsburgh on June 16 for an unofficial visit. Getting Williams to travel to campus for an unofficial visit is a coup for Pitt as offensive coordinator Frank Cignetti Jr. and assistant quarterbacks coach Jonathan DiBiaso continue to do solid working creating relationships with top end quarterbacks.
Williams (6’3″, 190) received his offer from Pitt on May 7 and holds other offers from Boston College, Virginia Tech, Coastal Carolina, Georgia State and Georgia Southern and is hearing from Oklahoma, Georgia Tech, Georgia, Florida, Virginia, Mississippi State and Penn State.
Williams recently visited and worked out at Florida and has a trip scheduled to Georgia on June 13.
Williams received his offer from Pitt after working out in person for Cignetti.
During his sophomore season, Williams threw for over 1,800 yards, 15 passing touchdowns and 5 rushing touchdowns, while completing 65.7% of his passes.
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— Jakhari Williams (@JakhariWilliam4) December 1, 2021