Panthers Offer Carraway

When Vaughn Carraway speaks it is often short and to the point. The soft-spoken Reading, Pa., native is not one of the most talkative recruits that you'll come across. Carraway choose to let his play speak for him. The talented athlete picked up another offer recently.

Muhlenburg High wide receiver Vaughn Carraway turned in an All-Combine earning effort at the Scout.com All-American Combine in Randolph, N.J. Soon after the combine, Carraway had secured another BCS scholarship offer.

"Pittsburgh sent me an offer," Carraway said. "The told me that they would be out to the school to see me sometime in May."

The 6-2, 170-pound, Carraway, a cousin of former Panther Sam Bryant visited the Panthers practice facility last month for their Blue Chip junior day.

"I liked it there," he said. "They have a very nice campus."

Pitt will have some competition in their battle to land the Pennsylvania native. Carraway holds offers from Michigan, Boston College and Connecticut.

"Michigan was really nice," Carraway explained. "The coaches there were really cool."

Carraway was named to the All-Combine team in New Jersey, but he was not thrilled with his showing.

"The combine was a lot of fun," he said. "I still feel like I could've done better."

A decision is not on the horizon for Carraway, as he plans on seeing what happens in the next few months.

"When UConn offered everyone was telling me to hurry and commit," Carraway said. "I guess maybe people felt that I wouldn't get any other offers. I'm just going to see what happens."


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