Devin Danielson was a high school star that coaches would pull from the field during practice in order for their offense to be able to run plays. The sophomore defensive tackle is in the mix to compete for a starting defensive tackle position for Pitt.

“He was so destructive,” Thomas Jefferson’s 25-year head coach said of Pitt’s sophomore defensive tackle. “We really couldn’t practice if he was going full speed on defense because the offense would never get a play off.

“We would, literally, have to take him out of some defensive practices to get a good look from the offense.”

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