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PostSubject: PITT Recruiting 2016   Fri 19 Nov 2010, 3:09 am


ATH Jameel McDaniel *****
Cranford, NJ 6'0" 182.lbs 4.32 40 Time

McDaniel is currently projected to play at the running back position, where he can flash his brilliant speed off as much as possible. He's a straight line speed freak whose been quoted that he's ran 40's in the 4.2 range. He's represented USA in mutliple junior olympic track events. Most of his success will be found on the outside of the tackle box, in open space where he can pump his legs to make guys miss. He doesn't appear to have the structure to be an every down back, which could make their recruitment of a pure, power RB to run a dual back set when Jacob Lee graduates, could really benefit the Panthers future in terms of running the ball. At the end of the day, McDaniel's speed will be enough to get him on the field immediate, he could be utilized at many different positions. He's a perfect candidate to return punts and kicks.


WR Mike Johnson *****
New Port Richey, FL 6'0" 175.lbs 4.44 40 Time

Johnson is among the most brilliant pass catchers to graduate from the south in years. He has an amazing knack at receiving the ball in ways no other player could even think of. He's very slight in stature, looking more like a leadoff hitter than one of the country's most elite receiving prospects. Johnson runs crisp routes and finding seperation with his skills on his release and his flat out speed won't be a problem for him. Time to improve these aspects of his game will only make him better, projected as a redshirt next season with the depth at receiver but certainly will come in his rs freshman season and should be heavily involved in the offensive gameplan.


MLB Mike Hayden *****
Munhall, PA 6'1" 201.lbs 4.60 40 Time

Not the biggest, bulkiest looking inside linebacker, but he plays hard and hits with a purpose. He's very sound at all aspects of being a linebacker at this stage in his career, but doesn't possess the skills to come in and start immediately. Down the line, Hayden could be a terrific linebacker for the Panthers... and he will add great depth but he should almost be expecting a redshirt with the young talent in that group. Hayden will, however benefit from the opposite side of that coin getting to come in and work with some guys thats scouts project to be sure NFL players in the future.


RB Ronnie Pitts *****
North Ridgeville, PA 6'0" 215.lbs 4.50 40 Time

Pitts has a powerful body structure that will allow him to play at the 220-225 pound range. He's a punishing downhill runner whose known for running defensive would-be tacklers over, as opposed to breaking outside and beating them with his speed. He's built like a tank and will remind PITT faithful of a recent commitment, sophmore back Shaun Jordan. Pitts has amazing all-around skills, he's very well-polished, nothing besides his ability to run the ball all three downs really stands-out, but he has little areas of needed improvement. He could improve his ability to run routes and catch the ball away from his body to become the complete back. If he were to cut weight, he could be a tandem back that has the ability to run guys over as well as make guys miss. Right now, he just really has the ability to run guys over he won't be blowing past anyone. Pitts will not go down by an arm tackle and he explodes after contact. He's a weapon inside the opponents redzone and could start in a majority of the programs in America, day one.


WR Dre Drew *****
Freeport, IL 6'1" 193.lbs 4.50 40 Time

Carter has the perfect build for a speedy, down the field type of receiver. He has a very tall, thin base with very long arms and huge hands. He however, doesn't have the, blow past you, speed or acceleration so he could use some extra weight to help him in his office, the medium to medium-long passing range. Carter may be the most spectacular pass catcher in the country, he has the inate ability to make defenders attempt to break up passes dissapear into thin air. His highlight film is filled with receptions that he went up, stole the ball out of mid air while at the same time making anyone trying to make a play on him miss terribly and look stupid. Carter's a tad stiff in the hips and could improve his overall speed and acceleration to improve his ability in open space, which won't be an issue finding due to his ball skills. Carter catches the ball away from his body, and uses his body to shield the ball from defenders attempting to make a play. He runs terrific routes and doesn't need to be open to make a big play. He's found a terrific home at Pitt with their high flying passing attack that requires receivers like Carter. Expect him to redshirt his first season, coming back as a rs freshman that will absolutely dominate.



WR Evan White*****
Brick Township, NJ 6'3" 185.lbs 4.38 40 Time

White has the genetic make up to be an All American preformer early in his career. His natural ability to blow past even quick D1 speed is complimented with an NFL ready frame. White could do himself a favour by playing around the 190-195 range but he should reminds fans of a AJ Green when he graduated out of high school. White posts great numbers on the hardwood as well, and there's been speculation that he may in fact have a dual-scholarship for basketball aswell. Evan's also been scouted by several MLB teams and if he wanted, could potentially be a high draft pick next season. He's quite the versatile athlete who has the ability to come in and dominate immediately. He's projected as an outside receiver that will be a great assett in the passing game with his ability to get down field quick, jump up and snatch the ball out of thin air. He's argueably the most talented of the 5star trio Coach Macc's hauled in this season.


G Brian Johnson *****
Buena Vista, MI 6'0" 305.lbs 491 Max Bench 620 Squat 5.0 40 Time

On the hoof, Johnson looks a tad out of shape and overweight. One drive with him pulling, getting out and infront of the defense is more than enough to sell even the biggest skeptics. This kid can flat out play ball. Johnson is a behemoth in the weight room, benching upwards of 500 pounds and squating over 600. He is an intense competitor that loves to get in the face of the best players on the other side of the ball and crush their will. He's got a great, controllable meanstreak and won't be an issue for fouls because he's just so strong, he pushes everybody away from him. Johnson isn't just one of those good OLineman that plays their role, he should bring with him to college a skillset that could play very competitively at that next level.


RB James Harris *****
Applewood, CO 6'2" 222.lbs 4.60 40 Time 490 Bench Press Max 350 Squat

Harris' mix of size, speed and strength is a once every decade type of recruit. Among the strongest players coming out of high school and by far the strongest offensive skilled position player, Harris will most likely tag up with Brian Johnson in the weight room and only get stronger. Harris is an absolute monster, he looks so much like a linebacker, for years coaches tried to have him focus at that area of the game, but his punishing ability being a ball carrer, was too much to deny. Harris earned himself nationwide recognition being the #2 running back in the country, behind fellow Panther commitment Ronnie Pitts. Harris has a tremendous upside with his size and speed, he claims a 4.6 40 time but he's ran in the 4.5's consistently. Harris has the ability to get on the field immediately and Coach Macc's new offensive overhaul when Marcus Eldridge leaves can only support that. Harris doesn't need to be sitting on the bench developing, he's about as fully developed as you can find a kid out of high school.

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PostSubject: Re: PITT Recruiting 2016   Sun 21 Nov 2010, 11:18 pm

Updated for Week 8.

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PostSubject: Re: PITT Recruiting 2016   Thu 25 Nov 2010, 11:30 pm

(semi) updated for week 12

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