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The Frank Walker Law/PSN Daily Notebook- October 17



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**Another offer from Pitt to a highly rated player in the DMV as Andre Powell extends offer to 2024 4-star defensive end Makai Byerson from Manchester High School in Midlothian, Virginia. Byerson (6’4″, 235) holds other offers from West Virginia, Virginia Tech, Tennessee, Rutgers, Duke, Kentucky, Boston College, Virginia, Maryland, Marshall and Liberty.

Busy Weekend For Andre Powell and Pitt


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**Pitt has extended another offer to a player from Maryland. Andre Powell extended an offer to 2024 4-star outside linebacker Jaylen Harvey from North Potomac, Maryland. Harvey (6’2″, 225) is ranked by Rivals as one of the Top 10 junior linebackers in the country and one of the Top 200 overall players. Along with Pitt, Harvey holds other offers from Boston College, Duke, Kentucky, Louisville, Maryland, Michigan, Northwestern, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Penn State, Tennessee, USC, Vanderbilt, Virginia Tech and West Virginia.

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**Robert Morris basketball extends an offer to 2024 point guard Damon Thompson, Jr. from John Marshall High School in Richmond, Virginia. Thompson (6’0″, 165) holds other offers from Mount St Mary’s, Jacksonville, Hofstra, College of Charleston, NJIT and George Washington.

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**Congratulations to former Pitt star defensive end Patrick Jones as he recorded his first two career NFL sacks.

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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