Recently, the Pitt basketball staff has been on the road visiting players from all classes to scout and recruit future talent.
This week, the Panthers staff has had its eyes on some of the top talent in Western Pennsylvania.
On Monday, associate head coach Milan Brown was in North Hills checking out the Indians’ star forward Royce Parham. Parham, ranked as the No. 100 player in the nation by 247 Sports, is fielding a high-major recruitment, with programs like Marquette and Notre Dame also sending coaches in this week.
North Hills soph Royce Parham getting ready for 6A title game against 23-1 Fox Chapel. North Hills is 24-0, beat the Foxes earlier this year.
Parham holds offers from RMU, Duquesne and has interest from Pitt and Indiana pic.twitter.com/ys7fChPwIA
— George Michalowski (@MichalowskiCBB) March 5, 2022
On Tuesday, Pitt assistant coach Jason Capel was in Erie, PA checking out Dellquan Warren, a four-star guard in the class of 2024 who plays for Keystone Athletic Academy. Warren holds offers from Pitt, St. John’s, Ohio State, Alabama, Mississippi State, Xavier, and more.
Warren stands at 6-foot-2 and is one of the most electrifying and explosive guards in the country.
“I would say I can do about everything now,” he told PSN. “I improved my jump shot, so I’ve been shooting it a lot better. I’m a great driver, so I can get all my teammates open. So, I would say I can do about everything.”
Both Parham and Warren visited Pitt this summer unofficially.