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Update (4:31 PM)-
**A new offer for North Hills 2024 Forward Royce Parham, who also has offers from Pitt, Duquesne, TCU, George Mason, Penn State and Robert Morris.
— 𝒜𝓃𝒹𝓇ℯ𝓌 𝒮𝓁𝒶𝓉ℯ𝓇 (@Andrew__Slater) June 15, 2022
Update (1:55 PM)-
**A second offer to a freshman from California as Tiquan Underwood offers wide receiver Marcus Harris from Santa Ana, California. Harris (6’1″, 175) holds other offers from Arizona State, Georgia, Michigan, Texas, Utah, UNLV and Florida Atlantic. Pitt actually offered Harris previously last June, with that coming from previous wide receivers coach Brennan Marion so Underwood and Pitt re-offered him last night.
— Marcus Harris 🚶🏾♂️ (@marthagreatest) December 17, 2020
Update (1:40 PM)-
**Pitt attempts to push their recruitment out West as they extend an offer to freshman wide receiver Phillip Bell III from Christian Brothers High School in Sacramento, California. Bell (6’1″, 185-pounds) received the news from Tiquan Underwood. Along with Pitt, Bell holds other early offers from Arizona, California, Georgia, Michigan, Oregon, Oklahoma State, Texas A&M and Washington.
Update (1:32 PM)-
**Prior to arriving for his official visit later this month, Pitt has extended an offer to 2023 offensive tackle Tai Ray from Apopka, Florida. Ray (6’6″, 300-pounds) also holds offers from Indiana, South Florida, Florida Atlantic and others. Ray is someone to keep an eye on as a possible future Pitt commitment.
Update (1:22 PM)-
**Tim Salem and Pitt extend an offer to 2024 running back Brandon Hood from Eagles Landing Christian Academy in McDonough, Georgia. Hood (5’10”, 190) has also received offers from Penn State, Michigan State and Georgia Tech.
— Brandon Hood (@xhoodx26) January 25, 2022
Update (9:26 AM)-
— Tim Benz (@TimBenzPGH) June 15, 2022