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Pitt’s New Big Man Officially Signs with Alliance 412

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On Monday, Pitt’s preferred NIL collective Alliance 412 made things official by signing transfer forward Cam Corhen to a contract.

Corhen signed with the University on April 18 and is now on board with the collective.

Corhen is a 6-foot-10 forward who played the past two seasons for FSU. The Allen, Texas native started 33 games in his Seminole career, and despite a small decrease in minutes per game this past season, he increased his scoring production as a sophomore. This year, Corhen scored 9.4 points per game on 63% from the field.

Last year against the Panthers, Corhen exploded for a career-high 25 points and eight rebounds, going 8 for 12 from the field and 9 of 10 from the free-throw line. He led the Seminoles in rebounding in eight separate games last year and set his career-high with a 12-rebound performance against Georgia Tech in 2023.

Corhen joins the Pitt front court that includes Guillermo Diaz-Graham and Papa Kante. He was a four-star prospect out of high school, playing for Sunrise Christian (the same school as Hinson). He was ranked as the No. 94 overall player in the 2022 class. Corhen also competed alongside Jaland Lowe in his AAU basketball career.

From Houston Hoops to the Steel City: Jaland Lowe and Cam Corhen Team Up Once Again

Pitt forwards William Jeffress and Federiko Federiko entered the transfer portal earlier this spring, leaving several open spots inside for the Panthers. Jeffress committed to Louisiana Tech, while Federiko is headed to the Big 12 to play for Texas Tech. Jorge Diaz-Graham will also return from injury next season, and freshman Amdy Ndiaye will join the team from Putnam Science Academy.

Earlier this week, the Panthers also landed European guard prospect Amsal Delalic out of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Delalic is a 6-foot-7, 20-year-old who has several years of professional basketball experience overseas.

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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Kelvin Byrd
Kelvin Byrd
1 month ago

Pitt baseball is in the ACC Tournament!

Alex
Alex
1 month ago
Reply to  Kelvin Byrd

And no one cares. Womp womp

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katuracassells@gmail.com
1 month ago

It’s going to nice to have a real post player that can score. H2P.

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