Pitt Training Camp Photos

The Pitt football team practiced both inside and outside during the first training camp week, and Panther Digest took numerous photos.

Here is a gallery of Pittsburgh photos taken by Senior Writer Dale Grdnic and Correspondent Denise Grdnic:


Pitt TE coach Brian Angelichio shouts encouragement, as new TE coaching assistant John Pelusi looks on.


Sophomore WR Jonathan Baldwin is in great shape and head and shoulders above where he was last season, a scary development for opponents.


Junior QB Pat Bostick cuts loose with a pass in an outdoor drill.


Freshman TE Brock DeCicco gets individual work with Coach Angelichio.


TE Andrew Devlin should provide Pitt QBs with a big target next fall. Devlin has to sit out after transferring this year. He also had knee surgery in the spring to repair a torn meniscus in his right knee, but he expected to be ready for full-time scout-team work in a couple weeks.


Buddy Morris takes a break before leading the Panthers through extensive stretching and conditioning drills.


Frosh Carl Fleming moved from safety to OLB before camp began because at 6-1, 210, he likely will grow into one after redshirting this season.


Redshirt sophomore DT Chas Alecxih goes through a D-line drill.


Future TEs redshirt frosh Mike Cruz and redshirt sophomore Andrew Devlin.


Freshman MLB Dan Mason isn't a man to be messed with.


Redshirt sophomore OT Dan Matha could provide OL depth if he can stay healthy. No. 92 is frosh DE Jack Lippert.


Coach assistant Doug Fulmer looks good while helping Coach Greg Gattuso and the D-line.


Pitt offensive coordinator Frank Cignetti keeps a sharp eye on his quarterbacks.


Future Panthers' bookends at DE, redshirt freshman Shayne Hale and redshirt sophomore Brandon Lindsey.


Gattuso shows 'em how it's done.


Freshman DE Bernardo Nunez gets a little more individual work from Gattuso.


Senior WR Greg Cross


Redshirt sophomore OLB Greg Williams set to go through some agility drills.


Fifth-year senior DT Gus Mustakas is getting close to where he was two years ago when he was a dominant lineman before the knee injury.


Shayne Hale and video assistant Shawn Besong, a former Ambridge, Pa. HS QB and Pitt walk-on DB.


Pitt kickers Kevin Harper and Dan Hutchins, forefront.


Redshirt freshman CB Jarred Holley hopes to get on the field this season.


Freshman TB Jason Douglas might not be too big, but he plays a lot bigger.


At 6-2, 220 pounds, it's easy to see why freshman Kevin Adams already moved from safety to fullback.


Opposing defenses will have a tough time with Mick Williams this season.

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