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Pitt 2023 Commitment 3-Star DB Shelton Lewis Takes Official Visit to North Carolina

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Although he’s already given Pitt a verbal commitment, it looks as though Shelton Lewis isn’t totally locked in with the Panthers.

Over the weekend, the 3-star safety from Stockbridge, Georgia made an official visit to Mack Brown and North Carolina.

After committing to Pitt on June 4, Lewis canceled his official visit to Boston College that was scheduled for the weekend of June 10 but ended up keeping his visit to Chapel Hill. Before committing to Pitt, Lewis had a Top Five of Pitt, Boston College, North Carolina, Arkansas and Vanderbilt.

In an interview with Don Callahan from Inside Carolina of 247 Sports, Lewis said “It was a great visit. The coaches the atmosphere, the players – everything was more than I expected.

Lewis went on to tell Callahan that he was done with official visits and was then asked if he’s sticking with Pitt or possibly flipping to UNC?

“I’ll say (on making a final decision) maybe in June or July – before the season for sure. I want to feel wanted on campus by everybody.”

Lewis is currently one of Pitt’s 11 commitments for their Class of 2023 and one of three defensive backs (Brice Pollock and Shadarian Harrison).

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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Terrence
Terrence
9 days ago

Then he’s not committed pull the ship

Jim
Jim
9 days ago

Again ….Give me good d line and O line this young man is a dime a dozen … pitt getting no respect
Just like local kid show

Voiceofreason
Voiceofreason
9 days ago
Reply to  Jim

It’s sad so many grown people have negative things to say. No one knows why this kid is wavering…..but I would definitely keep recruiting his position. It’s like a relationship. If you have he wants to see other people we need to see other people. Pitt is not a desperate program. Lots of guys would love to play here.

Terrence
Terrence
9 days ago
Reply to  Voiceofreason

Then stop using the word committed then ,you use the reference about relationships well if you’re in a committed relationship you don’t see other people

Bill House
Bill House
9 days ago
Reply to  Terrence

Exactly. I’ve said it for many years now. It’s not committed. It’s more of a “probability” that they will attend that school.

Jim
Jim
9 days ago
Reply to  Bill House

It’s probably the shittiest thing in college sports. Recruiting and some are very good at it… makes up for poor coaching

Jim
Jim
9 days ago
Reply to  Voiceofreason

It’s a business now there getting paid … don’t commit. If your not sure

On Campus Stadium Please
On Campus Stadium Please
8 days ago

The campus and Dre Bly (not to mention UNC’s history of “academics”) make this a done deal. He’s gone.

Section 122
Section 122
8 days ago

By “academics” I assume you mean that his school work will be done for him at UNC.

Giovanni
Giovanni
8 days ago

Nope, actually he’s not gone.

Pittband
Pittband
8 days ago

Tit for tat. Narduzzi isn’t guiltless. He has flipped a number of commitments. It’s just the business they are in.

Giovanni
Giovanni
8 days ago

College sports really needs to come up with a new interim category that does not include the word ‘commitment’. How dumb.

Giovanni
Giovanni
8 days ago

College sports really needs to come up with an interim category that doesn’t include the word ‘Committed’. Geeze.

Giovanni
Giovanni
8 days ago

This kid doesn’t even rate that highly so unless Pitt is desperate at the position, just release him from his ‘commitment’. This sends a message to other recruits.

Pittband
Pittband
7 days ago
Reply to  Giovanni

Don’t play hardball with 17-year olds, it could backfire.

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