As first reported by On3’s Jamie Shaw, last night, Pitt offered class-of-2025 prospect Jayden Quaintance.
The 6-foot-10 forward will be playing his high-school ball for the loaded HIllcrest Prep program this season in his sophomore campaign. With Pitt offering, Quaintance now holds three scholarship offers, as Washington and Arizona State have already offered the talented young hooper.
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A Cleveland native, Quaintance is the son of Haminn Quaintance, a former G-League and Overseas professional basketball player who spent his college days playing for Jacksonville and Kent State.
“2025 Jayden Quaintance showed immense upside in #MSHTVCamp Showcase Game,” SLAM Magazine’s Rodger Bohn said about Quaintance. “Elite agility, outstanding range defensively, and is rapidly developing facing the basket. Package of size, skill, and mobility is unmatched in Ohio ’25 class.”
In addition to Quaintance, Pitt has offered four other prospects in the 2025 class: Alier Maluk, Meleek Thomas, Darryn Peterson, and RJ Greer.