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Pitt Extends Offer to Son of a Pitt Legend

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Larry Fitzgerald is one of the best wide receivers in the history of Pitt football and in the history of the NFL.

Fitzgerald starred for Pitt in 2002 and 2003 and became the ninth player in the history of Pitt football to have his jersey retired.

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Pat Narduzzi and the Panthers program are hoping that another talented wide receiver with the last name of Fitzgerald soon wears a Panther jersey.

Today while participating in their elite prospect camp, Pitt extended an offer to Devin Fitzgerald, the son of Larry.

Fitzgerald is a 2026 3-star wide receiver from Phoenix, Arizona.

The 6’2″, 190-pound wide out now holds offers from Arizona, Washington State, Bowling Green and San Diego.

As a sophomore at Brophy College Prep in Arizona, Fitzgerald recorded 15 catches for 175 yards and 2 touchdowns.

Devin will be entering his junior season so there’s plenty of time before he has to make a decision, but the Pitt staff will no doubt make Fitzgerald a priority and do whatever is necessary to try and lure him to Pittsburgh.

Would there be pressure on him? Sure, but the reality is that regardless of where Devin chooses to go, there’ll be pressure and comparisons. Luckily for him, he’s being raised in an environment that is preparing him for this, so that isn’t anything I’d worry about.

 

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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Bill
Bill
18 days ago

H2P!!

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