Pittsburgh secured verbal commitments from two more recruits, quarterback Kolby Gray from Houston, Texas and defensive back Jason Hendricks from Jersey City, N.J.
The Panthers now have 17 verbal commitments to their 2009 recruiting class. Here are some photos of the recruits and their parents during the Pitt-St. John's men's basketball game Sunday.
Dion Lewis chills before the game. Lewis already has enrolled at Pitt.
A proud mom and Shane Gordon. South Florida is putting on pressure, but Gordon and his mom enjoyed their visit. So, Pitt is right there. He is expected to visit South Florida soon.
Newest Pitt commit Jason Hendricks and his dad. Hendricks can play either safety or cornerback for the Panthers.
Pitt commit Juantez Hollins checks out the action on the court.
Pitt commit Kevin Adams is in relaxation mode before tip-off.
New Pitt verbal commitment, QB Kolby Gray, and his father, Mark, take it all in.
Recruit Shane Gordon, a LB from Cypress Bay HS in Weston, Fla., is all smiles. If he really likes what he sees, a commitment could be forthcoming as well.
Pitt commits Devin Street and Dion Lewis get ready to enjoy more basketball.
Pitt commit Will Clarke talks things over with family members at the game.
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