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Three-Star WR Ricky Johnson Schedules Second Visit to Pitt

The Pitt Panthers are welcoming back a Georgia wideout next month.

PITTSBURGH -- One month after he checked out the Pitt Panthers in person for the first time, a three-star wide receiver will be back on campus in Pittsburgh. 

Ricky Johnson of Warner Robbins, Georgia and Houston County High School, will take his official visit to Pitt from June 22-24, he announced on Twitter. He took an unofficial visit last weekend. 

Johnson is rated as a three-star prospect in the class of 2024 by 247Sports, which is the only outlet to have given him a rating. They rank the 6'1, 180-pound receiver as the No. 90 player in his state and No. 117 at his position in the class of 2024.

He hauled in 53 receptions for 840 yards and 11 touchdowns as a junior last fall. He will also visit Stanford and Minnesota next month. 

Johnson holds offers from Pitt, who offered just last month, Georgia Tech, Stanford, Penn State, Wake Forest, Mississippi State, UCF, Virginia Tech, Iowa State, Vanderbilt, Memphis and others. He's visited with the Yellow Jackets as well this spring. 

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