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Pitt Football Offers Freshman Wide Receiver Davion Brown



In today’s world of recruiting, it’s never too early for a college program to extend an offer to a high school player that interests them.

Since a recruit can’t officially sign a letter of intent with a program until his senior year, often times, that offer really doesn’t mean much because if he were to give an early commitment, lots of things can change before his senior season.

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However, the early offer carries value in the sense that it shows that player a level of interest from that particular program.

Wednesday morning, Pitt went ahead and offered a player that’s a long way away from being able to officially sign a letter of intent.

Freshman wide receiver Davion Brown, from Trinity Episcopal School in Richmond, Virginia, received an offer from Tiquan Underwood and Pitt.

Brown is already 6-foot-3, 185-pounds and holds other offers from Virginia Tech, South Carolina, Duke, Maryland, East Carolina and Boston College.

Brown becomes the second freshman wide receiver that Pitt has extended an offer to, joining David Rodriguez from Windsor, Connecticut.

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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