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Pitt receiver Jester Weah named to Biletnikoff Award preseason watch list

On Tuesday, Pitt wide receiver Jester Weah was named to the preseason watch list for the Biletnikoff Award. The award recognizes the nation's top receiver.

Last season, Weah led the ACC in yardage per catch (24.2), which was also good for second in the entire nation. On the year, he had 36 catches for 870 yards and ten touchdowns. That was a pretty strong season for a guy who hadn't previously caught a pass.

Despite the late start to his career, Weah will have a chance for a big season and to get onto the radar of NFL scouts. 36 catches isn't much but he's a guy that can stretch the field and, as he proved last year, make some absolutely huge plays in the passing game.

I'm not sure he can win an award like this without a lot more volume in terms of pure catches but to even see him on this list is an accomplishment given where he was just two years ago.

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Brian O'Neill named to Wuerffel Trophy Watch List

Pitt offensive tackle Brian O'Neill was previously named to the preseason watch list for the Outland Trophy. On Tuesday, he added another preseason honor under his belt as he was named to the watch list for the Wuerffel Trophy.

The Wuerffel Trophy honors a college football player that excels in community service.

O'Neill's efforts to date have included a Haiti mission trip and fundraising for Haiti, visiting the Mel Blount Youth Home, and volunteering for Big Brothers Big Sisters, the Boys and Girls Club, and Christmas at Pitt programs.

The award is named after former Florida Gators quarterback Danny Wuerffel.

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Pitt senior Ryan Luther one of 11 ACC players named to NABC Honors Court

Pitt senior Ryan Luther was one of 11 ACC basketball players to be named to the NABC's (National Association of Basketball Coaches) Honors Court. The distinction honors basketball players for their academic performances.

The Panthers technically had two honorees as departed transfer Cam Johnson was also on the list. Since it was for the previous academic year, he counts as a Pitt selection.

Here is the full list of those honored:

NABC Honors Court Selections from the ACCSchool -Total (Student-Athletes)Wake Forest - 3 (Britton Anderson, Troy Rike, Trent VanHorn)Pitt - 2 (Ryan LutherCameron Johnson)Louisville - 2 (David Levitch, Quentin Snider)Miami [Fla.] - 2 (Davon Reed, Chris Stowell)North Carolina - 1 (Aaron Rohlman)Florida State - 1 (Brandon Allen)

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Pitt women's basketball team to play international exhibitions in Italy this August

Today, Pitt announced that they will play some international games in August as part of a tour to Italy. As in, this August. I'm not sure how these things are usually scheduled but it seems like a fairly late announcement with the trip taking place in less than three weeks.

The Lady Panthers will play three games during the trip from August 6-16.

Even though the trip is to Italy, they will only play one Italian team. The other two are from Germany and Holland. The first game will be against TK Hanover (Germany) on the 8th. A game against All-Star Italy is next on the 11th. Wrapping things up will be a game against Holland's FSG Academy on the 15th.

The official Pitt site has full details of the trip.

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Michael Vick criticizes Colin Kaepernick’s hair: ‘Try to be presentable’

Michael Vick released a statement on Twitter defending his comments on Colin Kaepernick.

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In an appearance on FS1's "Speak for Yourself" on Monday, the former Atlanta Falcons quarterback said if Kaepernick wants to repair his image from last season’s national anthem protests, he should cut his hair.

Vick’s statement on Twitter addressed the criticism aimed at his comments and said he did not intend to be malicious. 

"Colin Kaepernick's hair has nothing to do with him not being on a NFL roster right now,” Vick wrote. “Let's be clear! I wish only the best for Colin. I stand by what I've said about him being signed at some point this season to help a NFL club. I think he is a great kid who has a bright future and I'm looking forward to seeing him on the field again. Trust and believe what I said was not in malice."

On “Speak for Yourself,” Vick said Kaepernick needs to look “presentable” if he wants to get a job off the field, which incited fans to attack Vick’s comments on Twitter.

“First thing we gotta get Colin to do is cut his hair. I’m not up here to try to be politically correct but, even if he puts cornrows in it, I don’t think he should represent himself, in that way, in terms of hair style. Just go clean-cut. What he needs to do is just try to be presentable,” Vick said. “I just think perception and image is everything. This is not the Colin Kaepernick that we’ve known since he entered the National Football League. I’m just going off my personal experiences. Listen, I love the guy to death. But I want him to also succeed on and off the field. This has to be a start for him.”

Vick said his opinions come from being able to relate to being judged by physical appearance.

Kaepernick was drafted to the San Francisco 49ers in 2011 and was signed with the team until March. He is a free agent and hasn’t been signed by another team.

Brianna Chambers contributed to this report.

Quadree Henderson, Jordan Whitehead up for Paul Hornung Award

Both Quadree Henderson and Jordan Whitehead found themselves on more preseason college football award watch lists on Monday. The pair was named to the list for the Paul Hornung Award, given to the most versatile player.

There's good reason to include both on the list, obviously. Whitehead was a two-way player for the Panthers that made plays on both offense and defense. He racked up 65 tackles and returned an interception for a touchdown as a safety while carrying the ball nine times for 98 yards.

Henderson didn't play defense but made his mark as a wide receiver, running back, and a return man. He had four special teams touchdowns, had 60 carries for 631 yards, and also caught 26 passes for 286 yards. In addition to his four special teams scores, he had six combined rushing and receiving touchdowns.

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Pitt will play Penn State in the Legends Classic

Typically when Pitt has faced Penn State in basketball, there hasn't been much reason for worry. The Panthers have easily had the best program over the past 20 years and the Nittany Lions haven't been real competitive in recent seasons.

Penn State actually holds the all-time lead in the series, 75-72, but Pitt has won the past seven contests making it pretty lopsided lately. You have to go all the way back to 2000 for the last Penn State win. And no, you shouldn't need me to point out that Penn State's basketball team, not its football team, owns the most recent win over Pitt.

It was announced on Monday that the two teams will meet again this year as part of the Legends Classic at The Barclays. We've known for a while that Pitt and Penn State would join Texas A&M and Oklahoma State for the mini-tournament but we didn't know the pairings until today. All four teams will play some preliminary games before heading to The Barclays.

The game will be on Monday, November 20th. The bad news? It was relegated to ESPN3. That's even more insulting given that the first game, Oklahoma State and Texas A&M, will be on ESPN2 earlier that evening. I haven't bothered to look to see whatever else ESPN2 is programming that night but, overall, it's kind of amusing that they're asking fans to tune in and make it a big deal and then make one of the semifinals only available online.

You might remember a similar scenario actually played out last year for the Never Forget Classic between the two teams. Pitt and Penn State were the second part of a doubleheader. Notre Dame and Villanova played first on CBS and Pitt-Penn State were then relegated to the not-online-but-a-lot-of-people-don't-get-it CBS Sports Network. I know, what are the odds, right?

The Pitt game will follow that first contest so it will probably tip off around 9:30 p.m.

Pitt is usually an easy pick against the Nittany Lions but, for the first time in a while, it will be much harder to call for a Panthers win. The Panthers turned over nearly the entire roster and while Penn State's basketball program is nothing special, they simply might have Pitt outgunned in this one.

Still, I'm ultimately glad to see the organizers put the two teams together. That game will have a lot of intrigue for fans of the rivalry. I've said it a million times before but I'd rather play Penn State in anything more than most other schools out there where no real rivalry exists.

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Initial Depth Chart Breakdown

Looking at Pitt’s initial depth chart for the 2017 season.

Last week, ACC Media Days took place in Charlotte. Lance Lysowski of DKPittsburghSports tweeted out a picture of Pitt’s depth chart as listed in the media guide for the event. With that, here are some reactions to that first depth chart. Many of Pitt’s incoming true freshmen are not listed, so that’s something to remember. And of course, Fall camp has yet to begin, and plenty can change between now and the September 2nd opener against Youngstown State.

The first way-too-early depth chart for Pitt. Max Browne listed as starter at QB. Ollison at RB. Salem Brightwell at Mike linebacker pic.twitter.com/85fiuStQHp— Lance Lysowski (@LLysowski) July 13, 2017

Quarterback

  1. Max Browne SR. 2. Ben DiNucci SO.

No surprises here. Max Browne transferred to Pitt with the expectation to be the starter, and he most likely will be. We all know his story, a former five-star recruit that went to USC that waited his turn, to only lose his starting job to super freshman Sam Darnold. The pedigree is there, but now we need to see it. Browne was largely unimpressive in the Spring game, so there is some slight concern.

Ben DiNucci as the top backup is no surprise. He has some game experience, although not much. He should have a leg up on the freshmen QB’s, Tom MacVittie and Kenny Pickett. Still, DiNucci was considered by many as a reach by Pitt. He was a prolific high school player, but there is still uncertainty he can be an impact player here in the ACC. I still think MacVittie has a ways to go, despite a lot of optimism surrounding him by the fan base. Kenny Pickett really opened eyes at the Spring game, but will likely redshirt this season. Should Browne falter or get injured, it will be DiNucci going into the huddle.

Running Back

  1. Qadree Ollison JR 2. Darrin Hall JR 3. Chawntez Moss SO

There may not be a deeper position on the whole roster than running back. Pitt has seemingly five capable ball carriers, and all of them have some serious ability. Out of the gates, it’s junior Qadree Ollison as the starter. Ollison only carried the ball 33 times last year, following a 1,000 yard season in 2015 in which he was named ACC Offensive Rookie of the Year. Ollison is listed at 6’2” 230, and he is more of a downhill runner than the other backs.

Darrin Hall is listed as the top reserve, and has 417 rushing yards on 100 carries in his career. Like Ollison, he was used much more in 2015 during Conner’s absence. His playing time dwindled last year, but has shown flashes in his career. He could push for the top spot.

The third back may be the most intriguing among the returning players. Chawntez Moss rushed for 227 yards last season as Conner’s primary backup before a mid-season injury. He displayed real promise in his playing time last year, and could win the starting job.

Not listed on the depth chart are a pair of incoming ESPN300 recruits, AJ Davis and Todd Sibley. The two four-star backs are the best pair of running backs Pitt has brought in together since Ray Graham and Dion Lewis came into the program in 2009. It wouldn’t shock anyone if one of these players seizes the opportunity to play this year, they are that talented.

Fullback

  1. George Aston JR 2. Colton Lively SR

George Aston is one of the key components that makes Pitt’s offense go. The junior fullback is coming off a 10 touchdown season, and is a factor in running, receiving, and blocking. Aston is a smart football player that proved to be very valuable and versatile last season.

Colton Lively is a walk-on senior that has not contributed much offensively. I would suspect if Aston goes down, they would go with more two tight end or three receiver sets. He’s really the only guy on the roster that can do what he does.

Tight End

  1. Chris Clark 2. Devon Edwards

Chris Clark is the presumptive starter at tight end this season. A one-time top recruit, he started his career at UCLA before ending up at Pitt. He missed last season with a knee injury, but appears to be ready to go this season. Clark has big shoes to fill after Scott Orndoff has a very productive season in 2016.

Devon Edwards is technically the only other scholarship tight end returning this season. He is expected to be used mostly in blocking sets. That will also be the case with Rutgers grad transfer, Matt Flanagan, who is not yet listed on the depth chart. He had 18 career receptions for the Scarlet Knights before coming to Pitt.

Pitt brought in three tight ends in the most recent recruiting class. One or two of them may redshirt, but I expect at least one to see the field. Charles Reeves is a four-star from Ohio, and has the potential to be a serious weapon in his career, he is the favorite among the newcomers to see the field. Although local recruits, Tyler Sear and Grant Carrigan will be in the mix as well.

Left Tackle

  1. Brian O’Neill JR 2. Tony Pilato SO

Brian O’Neill comes into the 2017 after a strong sophomore campaign. The junior is making the switch from right to left tackle, and many believe it will be a seamless transition. O’Neill is on many preseason watch lists and All-American teams and things of that nature. He has started in Pitt’s past 25 games over the past two years.

Tony Pilato is a redshirt sophomore from Hempfield High School in the WPIAL. He did not play at all last season, but finds himself in the two-deep depth chart to start the year.

Left Guard

  1. Alex Officer SR 2. Brandon Ford FR

Alex Officer is back, and is four-year starter on the offensive line. He started all 13 games last year as a center, but in 2015 he played guard, and that’s why the coaching staff feels he can transition back to that spot this year. Officer has 36 career starts under his belt, making him one of the most experienced offensive linemen in the ACC.

Brandon Ford enters the two-deep depth chart for the first time after redshirting in 2016. Ford is a local product from Upper St. Clair High School in the Pittsburgh area.

Center

  1. Connor Dintino JR 2. Jimmy Morrissey FR

Connor Dintino is expected to earn the starting job at center. He was a backup all of last season and played special teams mostly. Dintino came to Pitt as a defensive player, but made the switch to offense before last season.

Jimmy Morrissey is from Philadelphia, and came to Pitt as a walk-on. He drew attention last year and seems to be a viable option this season to earn some playing time.

Right Guard

  1. Alex Bookser JR 2. Justin Morgan FR

Alex Bookser has 15 starts under his belt including every game last season. A former top recruit from the Pittsburgh area, he has proved he is a solid player for the Panthers. He is however dealing with an off season arrest that could subject him to a suspension for a game, if not more.

Justin Morgan is listed on the two-deep for the first time after a redshirt last season. He is a massive presence, as he checks in at 6’6” 350 pounds. He could be in the mix for some playing time with Bookser’s status in doubt.

Right Tackle

  1. Jared Jones-Smith SR 2. Jerry Drake FR

Jared Jones-Smith is a talented player, but has dealt with injuries that has slowed his progress a bit. He appears in line to be a starter this season, and perhaps could have an NFL future. After a promising 2014 season, a knee injury sidelined him for all of 2015. He played some last year, but looks to become the player many expected him to be by now.

Jerry Drake is the first true freshman to find himself on the two-deep. He enrolled early and participated in the Spring, giving him a leg up on some of the other incoming recruits. Drake is a massive player, and held his own in the Spring game.

Defensive End

  1. Dewayne Hendrix JR Allen Edwards SR
  2. James Folston Jr. JR Rori Blair SR
  3. Rashad Weaver FR Patrick Jones III FR

Dewayne Hendrix was expected to be a force last season, but came down with an injury in the opener against Villanova and missed the entire season. Hendrix is a former four-star recruit that started at Tennessee, but transferred to Pitt after a season. With Ejuan Price gone, a lot is expected of the junior. Joining Hendrix at the top line is senior Allen Edwards. He found his way into the starting lineup late last season, and came up with some big plays. Edwards will look to continue that into this season.

As a bit of a surprise, Rori Blair is not listed as a starter. Blair has 20 career starts in his three years at Pitt, and is their most experienced defensive linemen. He has 10 career sacks including 3.5 last season. James Foltston is another reserve with some experience.

It’s a two deep depth chart, but Pitt included three for this position. Rashad Weaver and Patrick Jones III are redshirt freshman with very promising futures. Both looked the part in the Spring game, and should see the field this year.

Defensive Tackle

  1. Amir Watts SO Keyshon Camp FR
  2. Mike Herndon JR Shane Roy JR
  3. Rashad Wheeler FR

Pitt lost three key faces at defensive tackle from last season, and will have a lot of new faces here this year. Amir Watts and Keyshon Camp are the listed starters for now. Watts played some last year as a true freshman, and is a player the coaches seem very high on at the moment. Keyshon Camp was a big recruiting win for Pat Narduzzi, and looks ready to contribute as a redshirt freshman.

Both Shane Roy and Mike Herndon have game experience, but have yet to really break through for serious playing time. They should push the younger players ahead of them for now in Fall camp.

Rashad Wheeler is another highly regarded freshman, and came into the program with Camp and Watts. He should get some snaps this season. I think a guy that’s not listed that can really push for a starting job is junior college transfer, Kam Carter.

Money Linebacker

  1. Elijah Zeise 2. Jalen Williams 3. Elias Reynolds FR

Elijah Zeise is penciled in as the starter at Pitt’s “Money” linebacker spot for now. The junior earned a starting spot last year, but sustained a season-ending injury in the opener against Villanova. Zeise is a former wide receiver, and has limited game experience as a linebacker.

Jalen Williams is listed as the top reserve here for now. He was once a safety, but transitioned to linebacker last year. He has been mostly a special teams player in his first two active seasons. Also listed is redshirt freshman, Elias Reynolds. He took a redshirt last year, but should compete with Williams for the top backup job.

Mike Linebacker

  1. Saleem Brightwell 2. Quintin Wirginis 3. Chase Pine

Saleem Brightwell is tabbed as the starter in the middle, which is a bit of a surprise. As a redshirt freshman, he found his way on the field as an outside backer, and many expected him to stay in that slot. Brightwell is one of the most promising young linebackers the Panthers’ have had in a while. He made an exceptional interception that was vital in Pitt’s upset win over Clemson.

Quintin Wirginis is an experienced veteran, and many expected him to be the starting middle linebacker this season. He will need to prove that in Fall camp. Behind both of them is redshirt freshman, Chase Pine. Pine is a very talented player, and could get himself on the field sooner rather than later.

STAR Linebacker

  1. Oluwaseun Idowu JR 2. Anthony McKee Jr. SO 3. Jalen Williams JR

Oluwaseun “Seun” Idowu started 12 games last season following the injury to Elijah Zeise. Idowu was a former walk-on and ended up being Pitt’s third leading tackles last season. Pushing Idowu will be sophomore, Anthony McKee Jr. McKee was a nice recruiting win for Narduzzi a few years back, and will look to make an impact on the field this season.

Cornerback

  1. Avonte Maddox SR Phillipie Motley JR
  2. Therran Coleman FR Dane Jackson SO
  3. Malik Henderson SO Damar Hamlin SO

Avonte Maddox has been a starter for three years at Pitt. He is their most experienced corner, so it should come as no surprise he is projected to start once again. Pitt’s passing defense was putrid last season, but Maddox still managed to come up with some big plays. He can be inconsistent, but he is talented. Surprisingly, Phillipie Motley is listed as the starter opposite Maddox. He has not played much throughout his career, but did register two starts last year.

Pitt’s talent at cornerback is young and that may start with redshirt freshman Therran Coleman. The native of Pittsbugh is a very gifted athlete, and should push for a starting job in Fall camp. Also listed as a backup is sophomore, Dane Jackson. He played a considerable amount last year, and showed glimpses of being a good player.

Also listed as a corner is Damar Hamlin. The sophomore was Pitt’s top recruit a year ago, and dealt with an injury plagued season. He managed to get on the field some, but did not make a significant impact. There has been talks he could be moving to safety, which will be something to watch once camp begins.

Safety

  1. Jordan Whitehead JR Dennis Briggs JR
  2. Jazzee Stocker SO OR Bricen Garner FR Phil Campbell FR
  3. Henry Miller FR

Jordan Whitehead is perhaps Pitt’s best overall player. After a slow start, Whitehead played like an All-American before breaking his arm in Pitt’s upset win over Clemson. Whitehead is listed on all the watch lists, preseason All-American teams, and even finds himself on some early mock drafts. If he lives up to his billing, this could be his last year as a Panther. Starting alongside Whitehead is fellow junior, Dennis Briggs. He has been a reserve most of his career, so it’ll be interesting to see him play full time.

Jazzee Stocker and Bricen Garner should push for playing time this year. Stocker saw the field some last year on special teams, while Garner took a redshirt. Pitt also lists Phil Campbell and Henry Miller. Both are redshirt freshmen with a lot of promise. Miller could eventually move to linebacker given his 6’3” frame.

Obviously the big factor here is Paris Ford. He might be Pitt’s second best safety already, but they are still in a waiting period to see if he qualifies, although Narduzzi seems hopeful.

Kicker

  1. Alex Kessman FR 2. Ian Troost JR

Pitt will be looking to replace the talented, but inconsistent Chris Blewitt. Blewitt was sometimes undervalued at Pitt, and may have the most iconic kick in Pitt history when he hit the game winner over Clemson. Kessman is a walk-on from Plum near Pittsburgh. He seems to have the advantage to be the starter, how he will do remains to be seen.

Punter

  1. Ryan Winslow SR 2. Kirk Christdoulou FR

Ryan Winslow has been Pitt’s starting punter for the past three years. He has been solid in his career, yet sometimes underwhelming. Kirk Christodoulou will redshirt this year and likely be the starter next season.

Long Snapper

  1. Nate Bossory SR 2. Conrad Brake

Nate Bossory is a reserve tight end, and as it stands now is the favorite to be the long snapper this season.

Pitt wrestling assistant coach Jordan Leen talks local recruiting focus

Pitt wrestling has one of the most fertile recruiting grounds in the nation. Unfortunately, the Panthers have had a difficult time keeping high school kids in the area.

The Panthers have had some recent successes in landing transfers Kellan Stout (Penn State) and, this past weekend, Micky Phillippi (Virginia). That's important from a local standpoint in that both were guys that were from the western Pennsylvania area that left for other programs initially.

New assistant coach Jordan Leen, who recently came here from Virginia, wants to get Pitt back to landing local prospects. In a recent FloWrestling interview, he says he thinks the program can do most of its damage by simply recruiting around here.

"At UVA, we recruited nationwide and, in particular, one of those cities that I heavily recruited was Pittsburgh. So, now our recruiting is a little bit more simple, a little bit more manageable. We recruit regionally because we don't really have to go too far out of our region to find great wrestlers." ... "We just got back from a week of home visits and the furthest we drove for a home visit was 4 1/2 hours. So the majority of our home visits were within an hour or two hours. It's really nice to be able to try to keep the great local talent home."

Leen also talked a bit about attracting local talent, including adding transfers that possibly wanted to return back home, which speaks to both Stout and Phillippi. In addition, Leen says that others looking to transfer have reached out to the program as well.

An important part of what Leen discussed regarding those two transfers is that there's the hope they help lead to a domino effect for landing other local recruits. He mentioned the difficult of trying to get the local guys because no one wants to be the first one to come to what might be an unsure situation. The hope is that landing Stout and Phillippi not only strengthens the roster but also makes the program more desirable to potential high school recruits.

I know many fans weren't extremely high on the Keith Gavin hire. He still has a lot of work to do along with his staff, that's for sure. But I am more sold on this group of coaches than I was previously and I think you can even argue they have some solid momentum on their side with the recent transfer additions.

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Rachid Ibrahim hoping to revive career in Wisconsin

A little-mentioned note last month was that former Pitt running back transferred out of the program and headed to Wisconsin to join former coach Paul Chryst. Ibrahim has a year of eligibility left and hasn't carried the ball since 2014. He missed all of 2015 with an injury and last year, played primarily on special teams. Given how little he's played for Pitt in the past two years, it was mostly a non-factor for the program.

Ibrahim obviously feels pretty comfortable with Chryst and his former coach was surely the biggest factor in his decision. Players often transfer to other schools for more playing time. But it looks like he'll be hard-pressed to get a ton of carries with the Badgers. As a grad transfer, he'll be able to play immediately this season.

First, he'll have to compete with former Pitt rusher Chris James, who could get considerable time this year after sitting out last season due to transferring to Wisconsin. There's also Bradrick Shaw and Taiwan Deal, who combined for more than 600 yards last year as backups.

Ibrahim will likely start behind all of those guys on the depth chart and if he hasn't been able to regain his rushing ability, he could find it hard to get playing time. You might remember that last year, head coach Pat Narduzzi talked about Ibrahim having a hard time returning to form. Part of the problem, too, was that Pitt was just so deep at running back.

The good news for Ibrahim is that Chryst and Wisconsin have had a lot of success spreading the ball around to its backs. Even if Ibrahim is only the fourth running back on the depth chart, he could still see a good amount of time on the field.

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