Pittsburgh head coach Jamie Dixon and the Panthers picked up a nice commitment on Monday when junior college guard Crisshawn Clark verbally committed to the school.
Jeff Goodman of ESPN first reported the news on Twitter.
Pittsburgh gets commitment from 6-4 juco guard Crisshawn Clark, source told ESPN. Canadian who plays at San Mateo in California.
— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanESPN) October 19, 2015
Clark, a 6’4”, 200-pound combo guard from Dayton, Ohio (who plays for Canada College in San Mateo, California), picked the Panthers after also visiting Oregon (the only two schools he visited). According to Scott Phillips of NBCSports Clark averaged 15 points, five rebounds and three assists last season while shooting 35 percent from the field last season.
He is Pittsburgh’s third member of the 2016 recruiting class, as he’ll join three-star guard Justice Kithcart and three-star forward Corey Manigault in Dixon’s class.