Not only did Pittsburgh enjoy the sunny skies and warmer temperature, but the situation made it much more conducive to taking photos than it was at the indoor facility. Here's a sampling:
Redshirt sophomore WR Aaron Smith and sophomore CB Antwuan Reed
Redshirt junior starting free safety Elijah Fields
Redshirt sophomore starting strong-side linebacker Greg Williams and redshirt junior backup Nate Nix
Junior left defensive end Jabaal Sheard ready to create havoc in Pitt's offensive backfield.
Sophomore WR Jonathan Baldwin is an imposing target.
Senior CB Jovani Chappel
Redshirt freshman TE Mike Cruz has had no trouble holding on to the football this spring.
Redshirt junior strong-side linebacker Nate Nix
Junior QB Pat Bostick drops back to pass.
Redshirt sophomore RB Shariff Harris
Redshirt sophomore WR Aaron Smith
Redshirt sophomore strong-side linebacker Greg Williams
Fifth-year senior backup MLB Steve Dell
Pitt's defensive unit gets a brief rest.
Redshirt freshman QB Tino Sunseri ready to hand off.
Redshirt sophomore weak-side linebacker Tristan Roberts
Pitt returns to practice Thursday at 2:45 p.m. for its sixth spring workout.
Pitt Spring Football Photos
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