Pat Narduzzi and the Pitt coaching staff landed a skilled offensive lineman on Sunday afternoon, as Terrence Enos, an offensive tackle out of Cass Technical High School in Detroit, committed to the program.
DREAMS TO REALITY‼️— Terrence Enos Jr (@TerrenceEnosJr2) May 10, 2020
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"First of all, I would like to thank God for all the blessings he has provided me with this far," Enos wrote in a message posted on Twitter. "Next, I would like to thank my mom, dad and family for raising me into the young man I am today. I would also like to thank Coach Wilcher and Cass Tech for giving me great opportunities for my future. This decision I'm making is not just a three- to five-year decision but a lifetime one. And with that being said, I will be spending the next three to five years at the University of Pittsburgh."
The 6’5”, 317-pound lineman holds three-star ratings from Rivals and 247Sports, both of which count him among the top-65 offensive tackles in the 2021 class. Rivals ranks him 48th at his position and 16th in the state of Michigan, while 247Sports ranks him 63rd at his position and 19th in Michigan.
During his recruitment, Enos drew a total of 26 offers, and chose Pitt from a top seven that also included Arkansas, Iowa State, LSU, Purdue, Vanderbilt and West Virginia. Enos also held offers from Power Five programs Colorado, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Ole Miss, Missouri, Rutgers and Syracuse.
Enos is Pitt’s third offensive line commit of the 2021 class and its fifth in the last two years, as the program added Marco Fugar and Terrence Rankl in April as well as 2020 linemen Michael Statham and Branson Taylor.