For the first prospect camp of the summer, Podgorski is already obviously keeping an eye on Pitt, but it also sounds the coaching staff is keeping close watch on him.
"I though it went good, no complaints," Podgorski said. "There were a good number of kids there. We did I offensive drills in the morning, then one-on-ones. There was good competition."
Podgorski was one of four linemen selected to stick around after camp, competing against some of the other top athletes. Another local prospect who stood out was Seneca Valley's Tyler Hudanick.
No offer came out of the Pittsburgh camp yet, but it's clear the coaching staff is taking a good look.
"After the camp, Tyler and I got pulled out, and we went over to do some drills in front of Coach Chryst," Podgorski said. "There's no offer yet, but I talked to Coach (Joe) Rudolph a week ago. He said they're going to evaluate me, and tell me what's going on."
Podgorski also met with offensive line coach Jim Hueber, before departing for the day, someone he's also developed a good rapport with so far.
After two camps this weekend--a Temple regional camp at Penn Hills on Sunday--Podgorski says he's taking a weekend off from the camps. The following week, he'll head to Akron, Toledo and Youngstown State, before traveling on to Maryland and West Virginia.