Yesterday, I wrote about Paul Chryst and while it was far too early to judge the job he's done with recruiting. That's even more evident when you take a look at what the rest of the Big East is doing.
Then there's the quality of Pitt's class. Chryst hasn't landed a big-time recruit yet, but nearly everyone else in the conference is having trouble, too. No Big East team has an ESPN top 150 player and only Louisville has picked up a four-star recruit. Granted, there isn't anyone in the Big East that could be considered a powerhouse, but the point is that Pitt actually stacks up pretty favorably against teams in their own conference.
I've said it before, but it bears repeating - Pitt has so much time left to put together a recruiting class that it's not even funny. Even remotely panicking about Pitt's 2013 class at this point, which is still about nine months away is extremely foolish.