Pitt football will receive official visits from three Class of 2024 commits this weekend, reaffirming their standing with the program.
Three-stars in linebacker Davin Brewton, as well as defensive linemen Ty Yuhas and Zachary Crothers, will take official visits to Pitt this weekend. These three recruits will serve as great players to continue dominant defenses under head coach Pat Narduzzi, defensive coordinator Randy Bates, linebackers coach Ryan Manalac and of course, defensive line coach Charlie Partridge.
Brewton plays for Red Bank Catholic High School in Red Bank, N.J. He serves as the centerpiece in Red Bank Catholic’s defense, filling the middle linebacker role, and in just five games recorded on MaxPreps in 2022, he recorded team-highs in tackles (42), tackles for loss (nine) and sacks (two) and he added a fumble recovery.
247Sports ranks Brewton as the No. 109 linebacker and the No. 25 player in New Jersey in the Class of 2024, respectively.
Yuhas plays for Pittsburgh Central Catholic High School and stands at 6-foot-3, 260 pounds. He originally started his high school career at linebacker, but chose to play as a defensive end starting his junior season in 2022. Yuhas hails from nearby Munhall and is close friends with Class of 2023 commit, Cruce Brookins, who played defensive back for Steel Valley High School.
247Sports ranks Yuhas as the No. 107 defensive lineman and the No. 33 player in Pennsylvania in the Class of 2024, respectively.
Crothers stands at 6-foot-4, 240 pounds and plays defensive end for Chaminade-Madonna High School in Hollywood, Fla. He started the past two seasons and led the Lions to an FHSAA state championship in 2022.
Crothers led the charge off the defensive line last season, racking up 60 tackles (33 solo) and a team-high 24 tackles for loss and 15 sacks on the way to All-Conference honors.
247Sports ranks Crothers as the No. 75 edge rusher and the No. 142 player in Florida in his class, respectively.