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Official Visit Tracker: 2024 Recruits Who Will Be Visiting Over the Summer



In most calendar years, it’s the month of June that racks up the most commitments.

Pitt may have gotten off to a very, very hot start this year, securing six commitments in March, but June will be the traditional opportunity to secure even more commitments from Pitt’s top targets in the class.

There will be four official visit windows in June, each of the four weekends in June, to be exact, and all four will be key in locking down those recruits who are on campus for extended stays. The recruits will begin to announce their official plans over the next few weeks.

PSN will track and list all of the official visitors who will be at Pitt this June here.

June 1-3


June 8-10

Francis Brewu — 6-foot-2, 270-pound three-star defensive lineman from Thomas Worthington High in Columbus, Ohio

Brewu committed to Pitt back in March.

He committed to Pitt over offers from Akron, Army, Ball State, Boston College, Bowling Green, Cincinnati, Duke, Iowa State, Kent State, Miami (Oh.), Minnesota, Northwestern, Ohio, Toledo and Western Michigan.

247Sports rates Brewu as the 784th-ranked recruit in the class (75th-ranked defensive lineman and 35th-ranked recruit from Ohio) while On3 rates him as the 858th-ranked recruit in the class (82nd-ranked defensive lineman and 36th-ranked recruit from Ohio).

Rivals hasn’t rated Brewu yet, but he does hold a 5.6 Rivals Rating — and he should be ranked in coming re-rankings.

“The main reason is just coach Partridge is one of the best ever, so the things they do with guys my size are just second to none,” Brewu told PSN in March. “For example, Calijah Kancey, I actually got a chance to meet him when I was down there, and he’s just a guy who’s around my exact size.

“He’s obviously going to be in the first round of the draft class this year, and the NFL is a big goal of mine, so I think if there’s a place that I want to go to get that done, Pitt’s the place to be.”

Koy Beasley — 6-foot, 180-pound four-star safety from LaSalle High in Cincinnati, Ohio

Beasley is a very highly-regarded recruit in the class of 2024, holding offers from Boston College, Georgia, Kentucky, Miami (Oh.), Minnesota, Nebraska, Pitt, Purdue, Rutgers, Toledo, USC and West Virginia — and interest from Cincinnati, Indiana, Mississippi State, Notre Dame, Ohio State and Virginia Tech.

247Sports rates Beasley as the 241st-ranked recruit in the class (20th-ranked safety and the seventh-ranked recruit from Ohio) while On3 rates him as the 96th-ranked recruit in the class (fourth-ranked athlete and fourth-ranked recruit from Ohio).

Rivals rates him as the 44th-ranked safety and the 17th-ranked recruit from Ohio — holding a 5.7 Rivals Rating.

“The culture is great,” Beasley told PSN earlier this month. “Everybody knows each other, and you’re right next to the Steelers facility, so it’s a really good culture. Really good vibe. Everybody is family and everybody knows each other.

Adham Abouraya — 6-foot-5, 280-pound offensive lineman from Downington East High in Exton, Pennsylvania

Abouraya committed to Pitt in March.

He committed to Pitt over offers from  Bowling Green, Cincinnati, Maryland, Pitt, Rutgers, Syracuse, Temple and West Virginia, locking in after a couple of excellent visits over the spring.

247Sports rates Abouraya as the 791st-ranked recruit in the class (50th-ranked interior offensive lineman and the 25th-ranked recruit from Pennsylvania). On3 rates him as the 77th-ranked offensive tackle and 31st-ranked recruit from Pennsylvania while Rivals rates him as the 30th-ranked recruit from Pennsylvania.

“From the beginning, really since I attended a game last year, I fell in love with them,” Abouraya told PSN in March. “I honestly fell in love with everything about the program. Then when I went to Junior Day in January, I was talking to my dad and wanted to commit that day, but he didn’t want me to make a decision that quick.

“He wanted me to think about it more before making such a big decision. My dad didn’t want me to make a decision that I could possibly change. But really, I’ve wanted to and have been thinking about committing to Pitt since then.”

June 15-17


June 22-24

Sincere Edwards — 6-foot-1, 260-pound four-star defensive lineman from Wekiva High in Apopka, Florida

Edwards is currently committed to UCF.

He holds offers from Arkansas, Cincinnati, Coastal Carolina, Colorado, Duke, East Carolina, FIU, Florida A&M, FAU, Georgia Tech, Indiana, Iowa State, Louisville, Marshall, Maryland, Michigan State, Mississippi State, North Carolina State, Pitt, Purdue, Ole Miss, USF and Utah.

Rivals rates Edwards as the 226th-ranked recruit in the class (16th-ranked strongside defensive end and 39th-ranked recruit from Florida) while 247Sports rates him as the 471st-ranked recruit in the class (45th-ranked defensive lineman and 68th-ranked recruit from Florida).

“It’s a great atmosphere, it’s unique all around and the culture… it’s hard to explain,” Edwards told PSN earlier this month. “It’s amazing. I really enjoyed myself up here so far.

“Honestly, Pitt is really tied with UCF,” Edwards said. “Before the order was UCF then Pitt, now after being here and seeing everything, now I really have to think about my decision and reevaluate everything.”

Davin Brewton — 6-foot-1, 220-pound three-star linebacker from Red Bank Catholic in Red Bank, New Jersey

Brewton holds offers from Marshall, Maryland, Massachusetts, Northwestern, Pitt, Syracuse, Tulane and West Virginia, and he’s received interest from Penn State and Rutgers.

247Sports hasn’t yet rated Brewton yet, but Rivals rates him as the 29th-ranked recruit from New Jersey. On3 rates him as the 98th-ranked linebacker and 24th-ranked recruit from New Jersey.

“Pitt definitely stands high in my list,” Brewton told PSN in January. “Just going there, I can see a lot of people have bright futures coming out of Pitt, so it definitely sits high with me.”

Gavench Marcelin — 6-foot-2, 220-pound three-star defensive end from Belen Jesuit Prep in Miami, Florida

Marcelin is being recruited to Pitt by Charlie Partridge and holds offers from Boston College, Cincinnati, Coastal Carolina, FAU, Louisville, Maryland, Minnesota, Pitt, USF, Syracuse, USC and West Virginia.

247Sports rates Marcelin as the 945th-ranked recruit in the class (58th-ranked edge rusher and the 104th-ranked recruit from Florida) while On3 rates him as the 957th-ranked recruit in the class (95th-ranked defensive lineman and the 128th-ranked recruit from Florida).

Rivals rates him as the 23rd-ranked weakside defensive end and the 70th-ranked recruit from Florida — holding a 5.7 Rivals Rating.

“I really liked it, and it was really not what I expected in a good way,” Marcelin told PSN. “I always knew that they were close to the Steelers, and I thought I knew what Pitt was about, but I really found out on my visit.

“Getting to go there and see Pitt’s Like Skills Program, how they treat their players after football, to see how strong their academics are, to see how intense their practice meetings are. Being able to see all of that, really showed me how good Pitt really is.”

Ty Yuhas — 6-foot-3, 260-pound three-star defensive lineman from Central Catholic in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Yuhas committed to Pitt back in February after receiving an offer the week before.

He committed to Pitt, his first Power Five offer, over an offer from Kent State — closing off his recruiting process early.

247Sports rates him as the 1,100th-ranked recruit in the class (86th-ranked defensive lineman and the 29th-ranked recruit from Pennsylvania) while On3 rates him as the 1,098th-ranked recruit in the class (111th-ranked defensive lineman and 33rd-ranked recruit from Pennsylvania).

Rivals rates him as the 37th-ranked recruit from Pennsylvania — holding a 5.5 Rivals Rating.

“I’ve been down there a bunch of times, the environment is great, and the coaching staff — in my opinion — is one of the top in college football,” Yuhas told PSN when he committed. “And overall, it’s just great down there.”

DJ McCormick — 6-foot, 190-pound three-star linebacker from Rockledge High in Rockledge, Florida

McCormick holds offers from Appalachian State, Duke, Eastern Michigan, FAU, Indiana, Kansas, Liberty, Missouri State, Pitt, Prarie View A&M, UCF, USF and West Virginia.

Neither 247Sports nor Rivals has rated McCormick yet, while On3 rates him as the 87th-ranked linebacker and the 88th-ranked recruit from Florida.

“I just loved the visit. I loved the city of Pittsburgh, I loved everything about Pitt and their campus, and I liked how the campus felt like a city,” said McCormick.

“I liked how you can see NFL players while at Pitt because they share facilities with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Actually, I saw Kenny Pickett working out today. That’s a cool thing and definitely would be a motivating factor if I were to pick Pitt.”

Sam Cooper — 5-foot-11, 185-pound athlete from Conwell-Egan Catholic in Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania

Cooper holds offers from Air Force, Army, Connecticut, Duquesne, Lehigh, Pitt and Syracuse. He decommitted from Syracuse on March 1.

247Sports rates him as the 134th-ranked athlete in the class and the 35th-ranked recruit from Pennsylvania. Rivals rates him as the 36th-ranked recruit from Pennsylvania.

Cooper confirmed to PSN that he will be taking his official visit to Pitt on June 24, his second visit to Pitt following a trip out in March.

Javon Hammonds — 6-foot-5, 230-pound three-star defensive end from Wayne High in Huber Heights, Ohio

Hammonds currently holds offers from Akron, Ball State, Bowling Green, Central Michigan, Indiana, Kent State, Miami (Oh.), Michigan State, Ohio, Pitt, Purdue, Toledo, West Virginia and Western Michigan.

On3 rates him as the 806th-ranked recruit in the class (58th-ranked edge rusher and 31st-ranked recruit from Ohio). 247Sports rates him as the 80th-ranked edge rusher and 42nd-ranked recruit from Ohio.

Rivals hasn’t rated him yet, but he holds a 5.5 Rivals Rating.

Hammonds made a trip to Pitt on April 1, checking out a spring practice.

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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