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Feb 3, 2016

Pitt football coach Pat Narduzzi making impact on recruiting trail

Pine-Richland head coach Eric Kasperowicz added. Clairton coach Wayne Wade hasn't seen drastic changes on the recruiting trail, but detected another difference that he says is even more important. “I just think his overall approach is what's leading to his success,” Wade said. “From what I've noticed, just in his approach to practice and the mentality on game days, that’s what has been different.” North Allegheny’s Walker echoed Wade’s impression. “What I saw from him in person at practice was everything that he told me at our meeting,” Walker confirmed. “When you see it in action, you know it’s not lip service.” Pittsburgh Central Catholic head coach Terry Totten says he was treated very well by previous Pitt coaches Paul Chryst and Dave Wannstedt. What Totten saw firsthand while Narduzzi was recruiting Central Catholic defensive back Bricen Garner stuck with him, however. "Things were heating up with Pitt and Bricen, so I called Pat and told him he was ready to pull trigger. Pat said, 'Well I don't want to do that yet. I'd rather not do anything until he goes home and talks to his parents some more,’” Totten said. Narduzzi went on to explain that he preferred to wait a couple days because he wanted Garner’s entire family to be sure Pitt was the right place. “He assured me that they would wait, that there was no rush, and that we should make sure Bricen’s family felt right,” Totten said. “That's how I'd want someone to handle the situation if it was my kid being recruited.” Garner’s Central Catholic teammate, defensive back Damar Hamlin, provided a significant boost to Pitt’s 2016 class on Monday night. Hamlin, considered one of the best defensive backs in the country, chose the Panthers over Ohio State and Penn State. “It’s a big deal. It definitely means something when local kids see him stay home,” Wiltfong said of Hamlin’s decision. “Other local players think they can become successful at home.” While landing the top-rated players is obviously a key for any program, Wiltfong says that’s only part of Narduzzi’s recruiting success. “You'd be surprised how many college coaches recruit players who were good high school players but just don't fit what they want to do,” Wiltfong said. “Pitt's not going to have that problem.” Wiltfong cited Cincinnati Moeller quarterback Thomas MacVittie and Brashear cornerback Therran Coleman as examples of two excellent fits in Pitt’s current recruiting class. “They think Coleman is going to be a great player for them,” said Wiltfong, who called MacVittie “one of the steals in the entire 2016 class.” In addition to their success locally, the Pitt staff has established a... (Timesonline.com)

Feb 3, 2016

Pitt's Narduzzi making impact on recruiting trail

Pine-Richland head coach Eric Kasperowicz added. Clairton coach Wayne Wade hasn't seen drastic changes on the recruiting trail, but detected another difference that he says is even more important. “I just think his overall approach is what's leading to his success,” Wade said. “From what I've noticed, just in his approach to practice and the mentality on game days, that’s what has been different.” North Allegheny’s Walker echoed Wade’s impression. “What I saw from him in person at practice was everything that he told me at our meeting,” Walker confirmed. “When you see it in action, you know it’s not lip service.” Pittsburgh Central Catholic head coach Terry Totten says he was treated very well by previous Pitt coaches Paul Chryst and Dave Wannstedt. What Totten saw firsthand while Narduzzi was recruiting Central Catholic defensive back Bricen Garner stuck with him, however. "Things were heating up with Pitt and Bricen, so I called Pat and told him he was ready to pull trigger. Pat said, 'Well I don't want to do that yet. I'd rather not do anything until he goes home and talks to his parents some more,’” Totten said. Narduzzi went on to explain that he preferred to wait a couple days because he wanted Garner’s entire family to be sure Pitt was the right place. “He assured me that they would wait, that there was no rush, and that we should make sure Bricen’s family felt right,” Totten said. “That's how I'd want someone to handle the situation if it was my kid being recruited.” Garner’s Central Catholic teammate, defensive back Damar Hamlin, provided a significant boost to Pitt’s 2016 class on Monday night. Hamlin, considered one of the best defensive backs in the country, chose the Panthers over Ohio State and Penn State. “It’s a big deal. It definitely means something when local kids see him stay home,” Wiltfong said of Hamlin’s decision. “Other local players think they can become successful at home.” While landing the top-rated players is obviously a key for any program, Wiltfong says that’s only part of Narduzzi’s recruiting success. “You'd be surprised how many college coaches recruit players who were good high school players but just don't fit what they want to do,” Wiltfong said. “Pitt's not going to have that problem.” Wiltfong cited Cincinnati Moeller quarterback Thomas MacVittie and Brashear cornerback Therran Coleman as examples of two excellent fits in Pitt’s current recruiting class. “They think Coleman is going to be a great player for them,” said Wiltfong, who called MacVittie “one of the steals in the entire 2016 class.” In addition to their success locally, the Pitt staff has established a... (Timesonline.com)

Dec 30, 2015

Military Bowl could be last in Pitt uniform for Boyd, Price

Rori Blair and junior Shakir Soto have been regular starters at defensive end at various times over the past two years. Boyd, a junior from Clairton, is Pitt's all-time leader in receptions (248) and receiving yards (3,308) in only 37 games. He is a good bet to get drafted in one of the early rounds, if he decides to leave school early. At this point, ESPN draft analyst Todd McShay doesn't expect Boyd to be a first-round choice. “He's probably not going to be an elite speed guy,” McShay said. “He's not really a vertical threat. I think he's a solid Day 2 pick and a really good player, but the lack of elite speed and vertical ability will probably keep him out of the first round.” That won't prevent Boyd from making a lot of money in his rookie season. “There's a lot to like about his game,” McShay said. “Defenses added an additional defender or shifted coverages his way and he still was exceptionally productive. “What he does really well: separation skills, running routes and he's very good at finding soft spots in zones. He's very good at ball skills and adjusting to the ball in the air, body control.” Boyd said this week he is close to reaching a decision about next year, but first he wants to focus on the final game of this season. He said former offensive coordinator Jim Chaney leaving for Georgia has no impact on his decision. “It's a business out here in this college world,” he said. “He could have stayed, and I still could have went (to the NFL).” On the other hand, Boyd said, “He's a great coach. I would have definitely come back and played for him.” Boyd's departure could create a dilemma for Pitt. With 163 receptions for 2,134 yards and 14 touchdowns, he has been about 40 percent of Pitt's passing game the past two seasons. Among those who could take the baton from Boyd are junior Dontez Ford (23 receptions, 350 yards, two touchdowns) and four-star recruits Juwann Winfree and Ruben Flowers. Jerry DiPaola is a staff writer for Trib Total Media. Reach him at jdipaola@tribweb.com or via Twitter @JDiPaola_Trib. (Tribune-Review)