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Pitt Adds Two More Official Visits to the June Schedule



A Pitt football lays on the turf on Saturday, Sept. 30, 2023 in Blacksburg, Virginia. (Mitchell Northam / Pittsburgh Sports Now.) College Football / Signing Period.

The Pitt coaching staff has been very active in adding official visitors to the schedule this week. There has been a double-digit number of official visits set up, and while not all will likely take place, there have been some talented recruits added to the board.

There were a couple of official visitors added early Thursday, and there were two more added from recent unofficial visitors. So, let’s take a look at who Pitt has been added to the official visit board for this summer.

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Joshua Guerrier — 5-foot-11, 170-pound three-star cornerback from Ocoee in Orlando, Fla.

Guerrier holds offers from Boston College, Cincinnati, FAU, Illinois, Iowa, Iowa State, Kentucky, Liberty, Louisville, Marshall, Temple, Tennessee, Wake Forest and West Virginia, in addition to Pitt.

247Sports rates Guerrier as the 537th-ranked recruit in the class (41st-ranked athlete and 75th-ranked recruit from Florida) while On3 rates him as the 527th-ranked recruit in the class (31st-ranked athlete and 74th-ranked recruit from Florida). Rivals rates him as the 26th-ranked athlete and 71st-ranked recruit in the class.

He visited Pittsburgh on March 22, and he will return for his official visit from June 13-15.

Max Hunt — 6-foot-5, 220-pound three-star tight end from Plant in Tampa, Fla.

Hunt holds offers from Arkansas State, Bowling Green, East Carolina, Indiana JMU, Middle Tennessee State, Toledo and West Virginia, in addition to Pitt.

He hasn’t been rated by the major recruiting services (247Sports, Rivals or On3), but the two-sport star (baseball) is a likely candidate to rise as he continues to focus on his journey as a football player.

He visited Pittsburgh on March 28, and his official visit is scheduled for June 6-8.

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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22 days ago

Are we seeing a step back

22 days ago

Once again, defensive player has a decent offer list, the offensive player very underwhelming for a power 5 program. Raise your target level please D2 coaches. Speed is great, but undersized and not as athletic is not a formula to win a power5 conference. Worked for Central Florida in a lower level D1 conference, but not when they stepped up to a mediocore B12

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