Die-Hards: Wide Receivers Training Camp Preview
Okay. Let’s do this.
In my humble opinion, Pitt’s wide receiving corps — despite the inexperience — is still set up to compete among the ACC’s best. Obviously, it hurts to lose a Biletnikoff Award winner, and with him, Pitt could challenge for the best in the nation.
But if we just focus on who is here? I still really like the personnel. And with Tiquan Underwood in place, it’s tough to find a better wide receivers coach in college football. He’s already made a sizeable mark at Pitt both on and off the field.
“The wide receiver group, number one, I love how competitive they are,” Underwood said in March. “They come out here at practice each and every day ready to compete against the defense. They’re learning a new offense right now, they’re doing a great job studying and putting the time in.
“I just tell the guys to be who they are,” he said. But who are those guys?