The Frank Walker Law/PSN Daily Notebook – February 21
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Update (3:50 p.m.)
Great catching up with this guy on his turf!! #H2P @RashadWeaver @Pitt_FB pic.twitter.com/OgTRquZUmE
— Charlie Partridge (@CoachPartridge) February 21, 2023
Update (3:45 p.m.)
Pitt offers four-star offensive lineman Fox Crader in the Class of 2024. Crader, who plays for Evergeen High School in Vancouver, Wash. holds offers from Oregon, USC, Washington, Washington State, Oregon, Miami and others. 247sports ranks him as the No. 7 player in Washington and the No. 27 offensive tackle in the Class of 2024.
After receiving the news this morning, I am blessed to announce that I have earned an Offer from The University of Pittsburg! @graham_wilbert @CoachDuzzPittFB @CoachBorbs @Pitt_FB @SwainChristian5 @B12PFootball @BrandonHuffman #H2P 🟡🔵 pic.twitter.com/jCkaEC2FVr
— Fox CRADER (@caedmonfox) February 21, 2023
Update (3:41 p.m.)
Roman Mason, who played as an outside linebacker/running back for Fox Chapel, committed to Duquesne on Tuesday, joining their Class of 2023.
COMMITTED @210ths @DC5StarAthlete pic.twitter.com/ttUV4r9Pr4
— Roman Mason (@Roman_mason2) February 21, 2023
Update (1 p.m)
Former Pitt star and current Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Avonte Maddox is recovering following an offseason surgery. Maddox returned for the Eagles’ Super Bowl matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Good to see @2live_AM in good spirits after posting this picture on his IG stories. Get back soon, better than ever bro! pic.twitter.com/g1CLt0Evbs
— Jordan Schultz (@Schultz_Report) February 21, 2023
Update (10:39 a.m.)
Upper St. Clair’s Rylee Kalocay received an offer from Atlantic 10 school La Salle Monday night. She is a member of the class of 2025 and also holds an offer from Quinnipiac, a school in the Metro Atlatnic Athletic Conference (MAAC).
After a great call will @CoachDay80 I am super excited to receive an offer from @LaSalle_WBB. Thank you coaches! pic.twitter.com/oSnCxnPcLY
— rylee kalocay (@rylee_kalocay3) February 21, 2023
Update (10:36 a.m.)
North Allegheny Offensive/Defensive lineman Cameron Chumra received his seventh Division I offer on Monday from FCS school Fordham. The 6-foot-3, 290 pound member of the Class of 2024 holds offers from Penn, Columbia, James Madison, Ohio, Kent State and UMass.
After a great conversation with @RoboLeonard I am Blessed to receive my 7th Division 1 offer from Fordham University! @FORDHAMFOOTBALL @_CoachBurns @Coach_Conlin @nafootball_tfl @wpialsportsnews @PghSportsNow @WPIAL_Sports @Big56Conference @tyler_calvaruso @MohrRecruiting pic.twitter.com/E8XPVj4z3I
— Cameron Chmura ⁵⁰ (@CameronChmura) February 20, 2023
Update (10:30 a.m.)
Norwin athlete/safety/wide receiver Jackson Pons received an offer from Princeton Monday night. Pons, a member of the Class of 2024, holds offers from three other Ivy League schools in Penn, Dartmouth and Columbia. He also holds offers from three MAC schools in Kent State, Miami (Ohio) and Toledo.
After a great conversation with @Coach_Flinn, I am blessed to say that I have received another D1 offer from Princeton University!! @CoachMBrown1 @NKnightsFBall @coachwil_412 @EatTeam_2 @FSQ_Sports @210ths @EdOBrienCFB pic.twitter.com/4Qw6JDGXPs
— Jackson Pons (@jackson_pons) February 21, 2023
Update (9:57 AM)-
The Cleveland Browns have requested an interview with former Chartiers Valley and Browns standout Bubba Ventrone for their special teams coordinator position.
The #Browns requested an interview with #Colts special teams coordinator Bubba Ventrone, who is considered a top candidate for the same job in Cleveland, per sources.
A former Browns special teams ace, Ventrone has led one of the NFL's top units in Indianapolis.
— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) February 21, 2023