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Georgia cornerback Hunter Sellers commits to Pitt, fifth verbal in two days from class of 2020

Jerry DiPaola
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Pat Narduzzi received his fifth commitment in two days Monday night when cornerback Hunter Sellers announced his plans to enroll next year.

Sellers, a rising senior at Woodward Academy in College Park, Ga., was part of a group of more than 20 prospects who visited Pitt’s campus over the weekend. Rivals.com ranks Sellers 123rd in Georgia among players at all position groups.

He is the third defensive back among eight rising seniors who have committed to Pitt, joining Bangally Kamara of Akron and Tee Denson of Atlanta.

Sellers (6-foot, 170 pounds) has 24 scholarship offers, 12 from Power 5 schools, including Duke, Boston College, Louisville, Michigan State, Nebraska, Purdue and Maryland.

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Jerry DiPaola is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Jerry by email at [email protected] or via Twitter .

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