Coach Chryst has 15 practices scheduled beginning March 5.
The Panthers open training camp on Monday, August 6.
Pitt held its final practice before Saturday's spring scrimmage.
Pitt begins practice under Paul Chryst on Thursday, March 15.
You can read each weekly press conference transcript on PittsburghPanthers.com.
2013: Played in eight games, starting the final three contests of the year at right tackle...helped Pitt produce 487 yards (255 rushing and 232 passing) in his final collegiate contest, a 30-27 win over Bowling Green in the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl...played in 21 career games with 10 starts.
2012: Did not play in any games.
2011: Played in all 13 games on the offensive line, starting the opening six contests at left tackle and one at left guard (Cincinnati).
2010: Did not play in any games.
2009: Redshirted as a true freshman.
HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year starter at offensive tackle for perennial power Aliquippa...named to The Associated Press Pennsylvania Class AA All-State Team (first team)...Pittsburgh Tribune-Review "Terrific 25"...Harrisburg Patriot-News "Platinum 33"...first team All-Midwestern Conference...the Quips produced a 1,000-yard rusher each of Hollins' four seasons as a starting offensive lineman...also started at defensive tackle as a senior and compiled 71 tackles, 12 tackles for loss and an interception...led team to a 12-3 mark, the WPIAL Class AA championship and the semifinals of the PIAA playoffs his final year...Aliquippa went 42-7 (.857) during his varsity career, including WPIAL playoff berths each season...PrepStar All-East Region...rated Pennsylvania's No 23 overall prospect by Rivals...played under Coach Mike Zmijanac.
PERSONAL: Juantez Dashon Hollins, born 10/6/90, is the son of Tamika Genes and Eric Hollins...has one sister...administration of justice major.
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