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Pitt received his fourth official June visit – up to that point – from a Florida player.
2022 3-star recipient Quan Lee has announced that he is planning an official visit to Pitt from June 25-27. Lee is the second recipient from Florida to plan a visit, joining the 3-star wideout Marcus Peterson of Lake City, Florida (June 3-5).
In addition to a trip to Pitt, Lee also plans to take an officer to West Virginia (June 4-6) and then to Miami, Florida (June 10-13). A native of Gainesville, Fla., Is being recruited to Pitt by both Brennan Marion, the wide-angle receiver trainer, and Tim Salem, his main recruiter.
On March 2nd, PSN spoke to Lee, who had positive things to say about the work Salem has done in recruiting him.
“Coach Salem did a great job keeping in touch with me and showing myself on campus, both in terms of football and education, particularly Pitt’s business program,” said Lee. “Life after football is very important to me and coach Salem emphasized that. I’ve learned from him that he doesn’t like to cut corners and gets straight to the point in our conversations, and I like that. We talked a lot about life after football because football doesn’t last forever. I want to major in business or finance and eventually get into real estate. “
Lee is a player to whom the Pitt workforce is very high due to the speed he has on the field and his initial attitude and willingness to do whatever it takes to help his team win. He was a character player in high school and will no doubt adopt that attitude in college that is appealing to coaches.
Lee (6’0 ″, 175) has more than 20 listings, including listings from Cincinnati, Duke, Georgia Tech, Kentucky, Louisville, Miami, Nebraska, Penn, South Carolina, Tennessee, Central Florida, Virginia Tech, and West Virginia .