Pitt landed its sixth verbal commitment for the 2017 recruiting class Monday afternoon when wide receiver Darian Street gave his pledge to the Panthers.
Street, out of Liberty High School in Bethlehem, Pa., announced his decision on Twitter.
He is a three-star prospect, who chose Pitt over offers from Connecticut and Kent State.
Street is also the younger brother of former Pitt receiver Devin Street, now with the Dallas Cowboys. The elder Street played for the Panthers from 2009-13, and graduated as the school's all-time leader in receptions (a record that has since been broken by Tyler Boyd).
Darian Street is the third high school prospect to commit to Pitt in the last three days. Three-star quarterback Kenny Pickett (Oakhurst, N.J.) and unranked linebacker Cameron Bright (Montgomery, Ala.) gave their pledges to coach Pat Narduzzi over the weekend.
Pitt currently has four defensive prospects and two offensive prospects committed for 2017. Those recruits can't sign their national letters of intent until Feb. 1.
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