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Pitt Football Spring Practice: Top Ten Developments

I know, I just got finished saying I wasn't a huge fan of lists. But I wanted to do something to wrap up the conclusion of Spring football practice. So over at SB Nation Pittsburgh, the weekly Pitt feature is a list of the top ten developments of Todd Graham's first Spring at Pitt. Here's a brief preview:

10. Pitt lands late wide receiver commitments. Even after National Signing Day, Todd Graham was still busy picking up late commitments. First came the unexpected signing of receiver Justin Jackson, and then last week, Pitt added Josh Brinson. Neither player was highly touted, but both should at least add a bit of depth to the unit. Graham's offense will require a lot of receivers and he added a couple more to the team with these moves.

9. Ray Vinopal transfers to Pitt. Vinopal started in Michigan's secondary last year as a true freshman, but decided to head to Pitt after a new regime came in replacing Rich Rodriguez' staff. Vinopal won't play right away due to the transfer, but could be a valuable piece in Pitt's secondary for years to come.

8. Delvon Simmons opens recruiting. Simmons, a four/five-star defensive end, was originally targeted by the Panthers. He ended up choosing North Carolina and signed with the Tar Heels, but asked to be let out of his scholarship. Simmons was granted his release and while Pitt may still be a long-shot for him as far as a potential destination, he's back on the Panthers' radar and would be a huge late get for Todd Graham.

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