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Pitt Interested in First Team All-MAAC Transfer Noah Thomasson



Pitt has been recruiting guards out of the portal ever since the season ended, as the Panthers lost their entire back court to graduation.

A new prospect has now emerged on Pitt’s transfer portal recruiting board by the name of Noah Thomasson.

Thomasson told Pittsburgh Sports Now on Tuesday that Pitt is one of the schools that is recruiting him the hardest. Thomasson said that out of all the schools that initially reached out to him in the portal, the schools that have been recruiting him the hardest include Georgia, San Francisco, Penn State, Oklahoma State, St. John’s, Pitt, and California.

Thomasson has already visited San Francisco, and has set up visits to Georgia and St. John’s in the near future. He said that his last two visits are to be determined at this point, and that his recruitment is still open to all schools.

Thomasson is a 6-foot-3, 195-pound graduate transfer guard who averaged 19.5 points, 3.8 rebounds, and 3.5 assists per game this season. Thomasson’s stellar senior year earned him First Team All-MAAC honors this year. He hit 54 of his 140 three-point attempts in his senior campaign, more than doubling his three-point production from his junior year.

The left-handed graduate transfer is originally from Houston, Texas. He began his collegiate career at Houston Christian, before going to Butler Community College in Kansas. He then spent the past two years at Niagara. He will be immediately eligible because he is a graduate transfer.


Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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