Brashear senior offensive tackle John Wetzel worked hard to try and earn himself an offer.
West Mifflin offensive tackle Adam Gress was in attendance to try and earn an offer from the Panthers.
Allderdice defensive end Will Clarke at 6-foot-6 stood tall above the competition.
North Allegheny offensive guard Ryan Schleiper looked very impressive all day long.
Archbishop Wood offensive tackle Adam Citko looked much better at this years camp than he did last year as an underclassman.
Trinity offensive tackle Nick Kindler is still recovering from an injury and he was unable to participate in the camp. He came along to support teammate Christian Kuntz.
Delaware Valley offensive guard Chris Conklin works on his stance and fitting up.
Mechanicsburg defensive end Tyler Bullock tried to impress the staff.
Parkland defensive end Clint Miller navigates through Figure Eight drills.
Pittsburgh assistant head coach and defensive line coach Greg Gattuso.
As expected Penn Hills linebacker Dan Mason was one of the best players at the camp.
Dion Lewis earned a Pitt offer. The Blair Academy running back is one of the top backs in New Jersey.
Walnut Ridge running back Brandon Rice made the trip from Columbus, Ohio.
East Pennsboro center Matt Couch had a solid showing.
St. Ignatius quarterback Andrew Holland had a very solid showing at the camp.
Landisville (Pa.) Hempfield athlete Jarvis Cummings made a strong case for himself with a great showing. Cummings worked out mainly at wide receiver.
Trinity athlete Christian Kuntz made the trek from Camp Hill to Pittsburgh to try and earn an offer.
DeMatha quarterback Tom Chroniger came in a little shorter than we expected, but he made up for that with a bit with a big league arm.