The Pitt football official visit weekend started on Friday and wraps up later this morning.
Three-star Nick Krahe was one of six offensive lineman that spent the weekend visiting Pat Narduzzi and his program.
Krahe (6-foot-5, 285 pounds) is from Harbor Creek High School in Harborcreek, Pennsylvania. After taking part in a Pitt prospects camp earlier this month, Krahe received an offer from Pitt on June 16. Along with the Panthers, Krahe holds offers from Boston College, Maryland, West Virginia, Albany, Buffalo, Marshall and Toledo.
Before leaving Pittsburgh, PSN caught up with Krahe to get his thoughts on his weekend at Pitt.
”My visit to Pitt went great, I have a few things left today but it really went great,” said Krahe. “What really stood out to me was the brotherhood in the o-line room, that was great. Those guys are so close and you can tell that it’s really special. I had a really good talk with Jake Kradel, who’s from Butler, kind of close to me. They all had good tips for me and it’s helped out a lot.
”Something that I learned about Pitt this weekend was how much they care about academics and also how much they want to win,” Krahe said. “I love that. I don’t know anyone that likes to lose including me and I really like that about Pitt.”
Krahe had his exit interview with Narduzzi Saturday evening and the topic of a future commitment came up. Krahe isn’t ready to make a decision today, but Pitt is a consideration.
”He told me to take my time and weigh all my options and see who you can really trust,” said Krahe. “From this, I definitely want to take a visit to Maryland and see how that is and hopefully make a decision.”
Krahe tells me that the schools he’s considering are Pitt, Maryland, Buffalo and West Virginia. He plans on going to a Maryland team cookout on July 30 and after that, will decide if he wants to take an official visit. It doesn’t appear as though a decision is in the near horizon for Krahe.