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Young Visits Pittsburgh

If everything goes as planned next season Steelton-Highspire High School running back Jeremiah Young will become the new all-time rushing leader for the state of Pennsylvania when he breaks James Mungro's standing record. The junior phenom visited Pittsburgh with four of his teammates this weekend for junior day and felt very comfortable on campus.

Jeremiah Young made the trip to Pittsburgh from Steelton, Pa., this weekend with his teammates Jordan Hill, Lloyd Hill, Jordan Smith and Andre Campbell to attend Pitt's junior day and learn more about the program. The 5-foot-10, 175-pound running back talked to us about what he learned on his visit and what he thinks he needs to work on before getting to the collegiate level. "It was a very... Recommended Stories

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