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Look: Updated Pitt Basketball Roster for 2022-23 After Dior Johnson’s Commitment



After almost completely revamping his Pitt roster this offseason, Pitt head coach Jeff Capel has finally filled the team’s last available scholarship with the addition of Dior Johnson, the fourth highest-rated recruit in Pitt basketball history.

Below is the updated roster for Pitt’s 2022-23 season, as it stands now. If and when Dior Johnson signs his national letter of intent with the program, this roster will then be locked in for the upcoming season.

Jamarius Burton – Graduate Student

Nelly Cummings – Graduate Student

Greg Elliott – Graduate Student

Nike Sibande – Redshirt Senior

John Hugley – Junior

William Jeffress – Junior

Blake Hinson – Junior

Cashius McNeilly – Redshirt Sophomore

Nate Santos – Sophomore

Fede Federiko – Sophomore

Dior Johnson – Freshman

Guillermo Diaz-Graham – Freshman

Jorge Diaz-Graham – Freshman


Aidan Fisch – Senior

Noah Jackson – Sophomore


Pitt recently released the heights and weights of its newcomers to the roster (prior to Johnson’s commitment), and also updated Hugley’s weight from last year’s roster.

John Hugley – 6’9″, 265 lbs (down from 280)

Nelly Cummings – 6’0″, 190 lbs

Guillermo Diaz-Graham – 7’0″, 205 lbs

Jorge Diaz-Graham – 6’11”, 195 lbs

Greg Elliott – 6’3″, 180 lbs

Fede Federiko – 6’11”, 220 lbs

Blake Hinson – 6’7″, 255 lbs (last listed at 235 pounds on Iowa State’s roster)

Cashius McNeilly – 6’4″, 190 lbs

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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Justin Dietrich
Justin Dietrich
1 year ago

Hugley lost weight, Hinson found it.

1 year ago

I argued with everyone last year that Hugley could and did not reach his potential because he was overweight at 280lbs. If he can drop another 15 lbs. he can become a force n the boards, especially on the offensive glass. Last season he was an embarrassment on the offensive glass. He can regain his quickness, if coached on power moves. Last year he he was terribly coached setting up his initial pick near the three point line instead of the foul line. With a legitimate point guard set the pick at the foul line, giving the point 3 options,… Read more »

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