Chris Jacobson found an easy way to put himself on the map. The 6-foot-3,
285 pound, junior offensive lineman from Keystone Oaks in
"It was a grudge match with him," Jacobson said. "He is the best defensive lineman I have faced. We are close to the same size so we matched up well against each other. He has good technique and he's strong, but I held my own."
Jacobson is awaiting his first scholarship offer, but he is fairly confident that one will be coming in the near future.
"Pitt is supposed to offer at their junior day February 25th. If they offer there's a 99% chance I will commit on the spot."
It's not often a junior talks about committing so early, so what is about Pitt that's makes them so attractive to this talented junior?
"Pitt is my hometown team. It's close to home and they are the first coaches that came to see me. Coach (Dave) Wannstedt is an NFL guy coming into my school. I love UPMC, it's amazing."
Jacobson was basically a season ticket holder at Heinz Field this season.
"I went to every home game. The locker room is amazing."
Pitt will have competition for Jacobson from