The University of Pittsburgh cashed in on another four-star football recruit when Terrell Chestnut verbally committed at a school press conference today.
The dual threat quarterback and defensive back, is Pitt's second four-star recruit in the last two days and the fourth this summer.
Running back Jameel Poteat, from Bishop McDevitt high school in Harrisburg, committed to Pitt on Wednesday, while receiver Bill Belton from Atco, N.J., and defensive tackle Marquise Wright from Paramus, N.J., committed this past June.
Last season, Chestnut, rushed for nearly 1,000 yards and scored 19 touchdowns to lead Pottsgrove High School to its first PIAA District 1 Class AAA title.
Chestnut, who had 30 schools to choose from, narrowed his choices to Pitt, Penn State, Rutgers, West Virginia and South Carolina.