Update (5:06 PM)-
Pitt players stopped by at schools in the Hill District and Homewood today to read books about Martin Luther King Jr. to students ahead of Monday’s holiday.
— Pitt Football (@Pitt_FB) January 13, 2023
Update (3:35 PM)-
**Tiquan Underwood and Pitt extended an offer to 2025 quarterback Deante Ruffin. Ruffin, a 6-foot-2, 215-pound quarterback from Camden High in Camden, New Jersey, also holds offers from Boston College, Temple and West Virginia.
— Deante Ruffin (@RuffinDeante) January 13, 2023
UPDATE (2:46 PM)-
— Park Ridge Athletics (@PRowlsathletics) January 13, 2023
UPDATE (12:50 PM)-
**Archie Collins and Pitt extend an offer to 2025 defensive end/tight end Rashad Jones (6’4″, 240-pounds) from Belleville, Michigan. This is the first D-1 offer for Jones.
— Rashad Jones (@_44RashadJones_) December 11, 2022
UPDATE (12:45 PM)-
**Tiquan Underwood and Pitt extend an offer to 2024 athlete Braheem Long from Cadmen, New Jersey. Long (5’11”, 160-pounds) also holds offers from Temple, Boston College and Syracuse.
— Braheem “3” Long (@BraheemLong) November 28, 2022
UPDATE (12:25 PM)-
**Pitt football extends an offer today to 2024 tight end/defensive end Dylan Seay from Camden, New Jersey. Seay (6’5″, 235-pounds) also holds offers from Temple and Yale.
— Dylan Seay (@DylanSeay_) December 16, 2022
Update (12:07 PM)-
**Congrats to Central Catholic 2024 linebacker Cole Sullivan, who’s received an offer from Cincinnati. Along with the Bearcats, Sullivan (6’4″, 220-pounds) also holds offers from Boston College and Kent State.
— Cole Sullivan (@ColeSull18) January 13, 2023
UPDATE (11:32 AM)-
**Following a conversation with head coach Neal Brown, West Virginia extends an offer to 2024 Bishop Canevin athlete Jason Cross. The 6’2″,165-pound athlete also holds offers from Penn State, Kent State and Akron.
— Jᴀsᴏɴ Cʀᴏss 2️⃣. ✞ (@JasonCrossJr) November 21, 2022
UPDATE (11:22 AM)-
**Today, Pitt extends an offer to 2025 athlete Andrew Thomas, Jr. from Belleville, Michigan. Thomas received the news from Archie Collins and this becomes the first D-1 offer for Thomas.
— 𝑨𝒏𝒅𝒓𝒆 (ᴅʀᴇ) 𝑻𝒉𝒐𝒎𝒂𝒔 𝑱𝒓 (@AThomasJr_2025) November 30, 2022
UPDATE (11:18 AM)-
NCAA Bracketology – 2023 March Madness men's field predictions https://t.co/OvAOuBDJzA. 🏀🏀 Small changes to the bracket can mean big things as the NCAA tournament plays out. For example, Alabama climbs ahead of Purdue to No. 2 overall following its big win at Arkansas.
— Joe Lunardi (@ESPNLunardi) January 13, 2023
UPDATE (9:12 AM)-
**Pitt will be getting an unofficial visit on January 28th from junior Francis Brewu. The 2024 defensive tackle is from Thomas Worthington High School in Columbus, Ohio and holds an offer from Ohio University.
12.5 Sacks, Most in Ohio by a '24!
25 TFLS' Also first in class!!
First team All OCC+ all central Ohio!
Defensive MVP, Film speaks for itself check it out!
@BrandonHuffman @AllenTrieu @MickWalker247
— Francis Brewu🌟 (@FBrewu) November 26, 2022
UPDATE (8:58 AM)-
**A big moment for junior Lee Bruner as he receives an offer from Pitt, which becomes his first D-1 offer. Bruner (6’1″, 175-pounds) attends Georgetown Prep School in Rockville, Maryland. Bruner received the news from Andre Powell.
End Of Season Highlights out now! Put a lot of work in this year gonna be even better next year!! https://t.co/JwWzxWPVXA
— Lee Bruner (@leebruneriv) December 5, 2022
UPDATE (8:27 AM)-
**Another offer from Andre Powell and Pitt as this one goes to 2024 3-star offensive tackle Trevor Szymanski from Loyola Blakefield High School in Towson, Maryland. Szymanski (6’5″, 270-pounds) holds other offers from Maryland, Akron, UConn and James Madison.
— Trevor Szymanski (@TrevSzymanski) November 24, 2022
UPDATE (8:15 AM)-
**Andre Powell and Pitt have extended an offer to 2024 4-star athlete Dejuan Lane from Gilman High School in Baltimore, Maryland, Lane (6’3″, 195-pounds) is rated by 247 Sports as one of the Top 200 players in the Class of 2024. Along with Pitt, Lane holds offers from Boston College, Duke, Georgia, Louisville, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Penn State, Rutgers, South Carolina, Syracuse, Tennessee, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest.
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