Bradley has maintained that Pitt has been a favorite. Tony Dews recruiting his brother Nicholas Grigsby has been a factor for Pitt all along. The Pitt coaching staff has been keeping Grigsby limited, due to injury, in the early part of the season. What better way to make a splash with Bradley than by watching his brother take the field against Notre Dame.
Bradley is one of top safeties (Demetrious Cox) and overall top players on Pitt's board right now. He has helped is Trotwood-Madison team to a 4-0 start so far.
Probably the player Pitt needs most right now. He came to the Pitt-Maine game for an unofficial visit two weeks ago, then took a visit to Florida last week for the Tennessee game. Pitt coaches were also in attendance at Bisnowaty's game two weeks ago--the night before their own game--if that gives you an idea of how much of a priority Bisnowaty is.
It's down to Pitt and Florida. The Maine game didn't scare him off too much. Pitt graduates four linemen this year. Early playing time and location are a sell for him. Right now, Bisnowaty is deciding if he wants to go to the SEC or stay home and make an impact at Pitt. An all-conference type of career is never a guarantee, but Pitt's need at offensive line is a guarantee. Bisnowaty is at the top of that list.
With two players at the top of Pitt's board like Bradley and Bisnowaty coming in, why not bring in the four-star quarterback who's already committing. We know Chad Voytik has also been working on Will Mahone pretty hard. Mahone is still expected to come in for the Pitt-Notre Dame game. It's unknown if it will technically be an official visit.
Voytik scored on a touchdown run last week, as his Cleveland Blue Raider team has bounced back with consecutive wins after starting the season 0-3.