The turnover that will take place in college coaching over the next few weeks will have a big impact on the business of recruiting.
A large number of recruits that were committed to a previous coaching staff will no doubt reconsider that commitment before deciding to sign their letter of intent.
A school that’s already feeling the negative impact of that is the Cincinnati Bearcats.
The departure of popular head coach Luke Fickell to Wisconsin has led a number of players that were committed to Cincinnati to reconsider their decision. Some have already de-committed while others are being pursued by other programs.
One such player is 2023 quarterback Brady Drogosh.
The 6-foot-5, 205-pound three-star dual-threat quarterback from Warren, Michigan committed to Cincinnati back in May.
Highlights of our Mr. Football finalist Brady Drogosh from Warren De La Salle in their Division 2 State Title win over Forest Hills Central. Delivered by @hungryhowies @BDrogosh | @DLSFootball_MI | @DLSBroZone | @coachrohn pic.twitter.com/yImVcAh6dL
— STATE CHAMPS! Michigan (@statechampsmich) November 28, 2022
Monday night, Drogosh announced that after a conversation with Frank Cignetti, Archie Collins and Jonathan DiBiaso, he received an offer from the Panthers coaching staff.
Pitt is obviously back in the market for a quarterback following four-star recruit Kenny Minchey flipping his commitment from the Panthers to Notre Dame.
Although the Pitt coaches have no doubt contacted other quarterbacks since Minchey’s decision, Drogosh is the first one to officially receive a new offer from Pitt.