Pitt extends scholarship offers to Beaver Falls’ Josh Hough, Brashear’s Ta’Mere Robinson

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Thursday, April 16, 2020 | 2:34 PM


Pitt extended scholarship offers to two area prospects Thursday.

Beaver Falls junior running back Josh Hough, who scored a touchdown an average of every 7 1/2 carries last season, and Brashear freshman safety Ta’Mere Robinson (6-3, 190) announced the offers on their Twitter accounts.

Hough (6-foot-2, 240 pounds) rushed for 1,273 yards and 18 touchdowns on 135 carries last season and also plays outside linebacker for Beaver Falls. He also had 11 catches for 165 yards. He was named Offensive MVP of the WPIAL Class 3A Tri-County West Conference.

A member of the class of 2021, Hough is ranked a two-star prospect by Rivals.com and has 16 scholarship offers, including seven from Mid-American Conference schools and three from the Power 5 (Syracuse, Kentucky and Pitt).

The Pitt offer was just the beginning of a busy day for Robinson. In a matter of hours, the freshman also announced offers from Syracuse, West Virginia and Penn State. Willilam & Mary was the first school to make an offer.

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