Pitt Still In On Sales

Four-star wide receiver Marcus Sales had been sitting at six offers for quite some time, however recently he did pick up his seventh offer and is now thinking about where he could be taking some of his official visits. Pittsburgh is a school that he has been to multiple times already and things are sounding good for the Panthers right now with Sales.

Marcus Sales recently added an offer from Boston College to go along with the ones he already held from Virginia, Syracuse, Pittsburgh, Louisville, Miami and North Carolina. The 6-foot-2, 185-pound wide receiver from Syracuse, N.Y., is in the process of figuring out where his official visits may be to and apparently Pittsburgh is certain to be one of his destinations.

"I need to get registered for the NCAA Clearinghouse and then I am planning to visit on October 20th if everything works out," Sales explained. "Pittsburgh was my first offer and one of the things I like most about them is that they have a good coaching staff that all have great personalities and really take care of their players like family. I have also met some of the players like Kevin Collier and they all told me that Pitt was a great place to be, so I will be going down there for an official to check it out again."

"From being on campus a few times I can tell you that I definitely feel comfortable there and was impressed with both the campus and facilities," Sales added. "Obviously their weight room is going to be great since they share it with the Steelers, so that is a big plus to me. I don't have my schools in an order yet, but I can definitely say that Pittsburgh is definitely high on my list right now."

As for some of the others that have offered him, Sales had the following to say.

"I like Boston College because they have been passing a lot this season and have a good coaching staff," Sales stated. "They also have play in the ACC which is a conference that I really like. I'm thinking about officially visiting there and would like to see North Carolina as well. Miami has already signed three wide receivers in this class, so I'm not sure where that will go at this point. All I know is that I'm still open to all schools, even ones that haven't offered."

So far Christian Brothers Academy is off to a 2-1 start this season and Sales had contributed 10 catches for 240 yards and three touchdowns. He has also starred in the backfield, however he did not know his statistics as a ball carrier.

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