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Former Pitt RB C’Bo Flemister Accepts NFL Camp Invite



Pitt running back C'Bo Flemister.

C’Bo Flemister is the latest Pitt Panther to receive an opportunity to continue his career in the NFL.

Flemister — a 5-foot-11, 205-pound running back from Williamson, Ga. — announced on Instagram Monday night that he received an invitation to attend the Baltimore Ravens rookie minicamp.

He’s the fifth former Panther to receive an invite, following Malcolm Epps (Indianapolis Colts), Jake Kradel (Colts), Shayne Simon (Buffalo Bills/Philadelphia Eagles) and Tyler Bentley (Miami Dolphins).

Flemister arrived at Pitt ahead of the 2022 season as a graduate transfer from Notre Dame, and he quickly grew into a leader on and off the field.

He played in all 12 games last season, making five starts, and he racked up 98 carries for 367 yards (3.7 yards per carry) and two touchdowns — adding eight receptions for 106 yards and a touchdown.

He finished his Pitt career with 138 carries for 588 yards (4.3 yards per carry) and four touchdowns and his collegiate career with 248 carries for 1,059 yards (4.3 yards per carry) and 14 touchdowns.

Flemister is a veteran running back who doesn’t have a whole lot of tread on his tires, which could be appealing to an NFL team — or a professional team at any level.

He flashed impressive athleticism at the Pitt Pro Day last month, running a 4.54 40-yard dash, with a very quick 1.56 10-yard split, and he hit the 37.5-inch mark in the vertical leap. That combination of solid speed and explosion and little tread on his tires could lead to additional opportunities down the line.


Matt Goncalves — third round pick, Indianapolis Colts

Bub Means — fifth round pick, New Orleans Saints

M.J. Devonshire — seventh round pick, Las Vegas Raiders


A.J. Woods — Washington Commanders

John Morgan — New England Patriots

Kedon Slovis — Indianapolis Colts


Malcolm Epps — Indianapolis Colts

Jake Kradel — Indianapolis Colts

Shayne Simon — Buffalo Bills, Philadelphia Eagles

Tyler Bentley — Miami Dolphins

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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