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The Frank Walker Law/PSN Daily Notebook- February 9



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Update (3:07 PM)-

Update (11:30 AM)-
**Another offer from Pitt OL coach Jeremy Darveau to a junior offensive lineman with this one going to Devinn Farris from Houston, Texas. Farris (6’6″, 315-pounds) holds other D-1 offers from Texas State, Louisianna Tech, Memphis, Sam Houston State, UTEP, Baylor, SMU, Tulsa, Boston College, Colorado State, North Texas, Arkansas State, Marshall and UTSA.

Update (11:15 AM)-
**Congrats to Steel Valley 2025 athlete Donald Barksdale (5’10”, 180) for receiving an offer this morning from Bowling Green, which becomes his first D-1 offer. Last weekend, Barksdale attended Pitt’s Junior Day.

Update (11:05 AM)-
**Woodland Hills 2025 athlete George Hill receives an offer this morning from Bowling Green. Hill (6’2″, 225), who plays linebacker, running back and tight end, has picked up other offers from Temple, Eastern Michigan and Akron. All these offers have come within the last two weeks.

Update (10:40 AM)-
**This morning, Pitt football extended an offer to 2025 OL Joshua Blackston from Dunbar High School in Baltimore, Maryland. Blackston (6’5″, 275-pounds) holds other D-1 offers from Cincinnati, Virginia Tech, James Madison, Boston College, Liberty, UConn, Rutgers, Maryland and Charlotte.

Update (10:32 AM)-
**Congrats to Central Catholic 2025 running back Elijah Faulker who received an offer on Thursday from Central Michigan. Earlier this month, Faulkner received his first D-1 offer from Eastern Michigan.

Update (8:56 AM)- 

**Thursday night, Pitt extended an offer to 2025 wide receiver Quinton Brown from Fort Worth, Texas. Brown was a 1st team All-State player and is also a state champion in the 100M. Along with Pitt, Brown holds Texas State, UConn, South Florida Toledo and Colorado State.

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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