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2025 Texas OL Schedules June Official Visit to Pitt



Pitt offensive line target Jordan Fields.

Pitt has made an effort to extend its recruiting efforts to the Lone Star state this offseason, sending offensive and defensive coaches into Texas to begin building pipelines.

Pitt has hit North Shore High School in Houston, Tx. over the last few weeks, and it’s resulted in what might be an early pipeline. Two North Shore stars are taking official visits to Pitt in June, one of which is Jordan Fields.

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Fields — a 6-foot-5, 265-pound offensive tackle from North Shore in Houston — is taking an official visit to Pitt from June 13-15, alongside his teammate CJ Ross (2025 four-star linebacker).

Pitt jumped into the fold with Fields earlier this month, when Randy Bates made it out to North Shore in person, and he officially received an offer from the Panthers on Feb. 3. It came from Bates over the phone.

Fields also holds offers from Arkansas State, Houston, Louisiana Tech, Marshall, North Texas, Toledo, Tulsa, UTEP and UTSA.

Fields is a big, athletic offensive tackle who played primarily on the right side of the line as a junior at North Shore. His large frame should be able to pack on additional mass while maintaining his speed and athleticism.

The major recruiting services (247Sports, Rivals and On3) haven’t rated Fields at this point, but it appears to only be a matter of time as his recruiting process continues to heat up this spring.

Fields has not yet made it out to Pittsburgh, but it’s clear that the interest from the coaching staff — and his relationship with Ross — was strong enough to lead to an early official visit. His continued progression with the Pitt coaching staff will be one to follow.

June, which will likely have three official visit weekends, is still rather far away, but it’s clear that the Pitt coaching staff is looking ahead. There will be additional official visits locked in in the coming days, weeks and months.

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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