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NIL Collective Alliance 412 Signs Another Pitt Basketball Player



Another one of Pitt’s guards for this upcoming season has officially signed with Alliance 412, Pitt’s preferred NIL collective.

Damian Dunn, a transfer guard from the University of Houston and previously Temple. He signed with Pitt on April 19, 2024, but is now officially linked to the school’s preferred collective, per Alliance 412.


Dunn is a 6-foot-5 guard visited alongside Pitt commit Cam Corhen this spring. He averaged 6.4 points per game this past season for the Cougars after transferring in from Temple prior to the 2023 season. In 2022-23, Dunn averaged 15.3 points, 3.7 rebounds, and 3 assists per game for the Owls, shooting 35% from three-point range. While at Temple, Dunn increased his three-point shooting statistics each year of his career, going from a 19% three-point shooter to a 35% three-point shooter by the end of his time there.

Dunn had nine games in double-digit scoring this year for the Cougars, including a 12-point effort late in the season in a dominant win over No. 14 Kansas. Dunn joins a back court led by Jaland Lowe, Ishmael Leggett, Amsal Delalic, and Brandin Cummings. Jeff Capel has now brought in five high-major transfers while coaching Pitt: Jamarius Burton (Texas Tech), Greg Elliott (Marquette), Blake Hinson (Iowa State), Cam Corhen (Florida State), and Dunn (Houston).


Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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16 days ago

It’s taken longer than I predicted but the stain of Barnes/KS is history. Pitt mbb is back (in spite of what Barnes did in March).

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