Panthers have two spring practices remaining
Media quote sheet from Wednesday, August 14
Saturday marked the first day of full pads
Coach Chryst has 15 practices scheduled beginning March 5.
The Pitt football team had 26 student-athletes named to the Big East All-Academic Team, it was announced by the league office.
2012: Earned immediate playing time as a true freshman, appearing in the first three games of the season as a reserve corner and nickel back...a left knee injury in the Virginia Tech game (Sept. 15), however, ended his season and resulted in a medical redshirt...totaled three tackles...had a season-high two stops at Cincinnati...had a sack against Virginia Tech, forcing a fumble that rolled out of bounds, resulting in a Hokies' punt...Big East All-Academic Football Team honoree.
HIGH SCHOOL: Considered one of the top prospects in the state of New York, excelling as a receiver, defensive back and punt returner at Aquinas Institute...New York State Sportswriters Association (NYSSWA) first team Class A All-State...All-Greater Rochester...averaged 17.3 yards per catch as a senior with 43 receptions for 745 yards and 11 touchdowns...on defense, compiled 31 tackles, 12 PBUs, three interceptions, three fumble recoveries and a blocked field goal...averaged 15 yards per punt return (14 returns for 210 yards)...totaled 76 points (12 TDs and two 2-point conversions)...in three seasons as a varsity starter, led team to a 33-3 record (.917), three sectional titles and three state Class A playoff berths...his junior year, Aquinas went 13-0 and won the state title...rated New York's No. 6 prospect by Scout and No. 9 by Rivals...played under Coach Chris Battaglia...also played basketball and ran track.
PERSONAL: Jahmahl Pardner, born 10/9/93, is the son of Shandella Gause and Gregory Pardner...has two brothers...enrolled in the Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences.
Pitt Earns Invitation to New Era Pinstripe Bowl
Ejuan Price Named Finalist for Ted Hendricks Award
Brian O'Neill Selected as a Piesman Trophy Finalist
James Conner Named Winner Of ACC's Brian Piccolo Award
JAMES CONNER TOOK A HEROIC ROAD TO 1,000 YARDS
Bugg, Henderson Earn First National Bank Weekly Honors