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Three-Star QB Henry Hasselbeck Visits Pitt

A high school quarterback with an NFL pedigree visited the Pitt Panthers this week.

PITTSBURGH -- Henry Hasselbeck is currently still committed to play lacrosse at Maryland but he appears to be still considering playing football at the next level. He's been fielding scholarship offers from the Pitt Panthers and now he's taken a visit to the Steel City. 

Hasselbeck, the son of former NFL quarterback Matt Hasselbeck, was in Pittsburgh this week to meet with the Pitt staff and consider whether he might want to play football instead of lacrosse during his college years. 

Hasselbeck's football recruitment has picked up steam this spring as he opens up to other options. The 6'3, 170-pound junior has picked up offers from Columbia, UAB, Brown, Holy Cross, Rice, Liberty, Army, East Carolina, Harvard, Boston College, Western Michigan, Georgia Tech and Bowling Green this year and has taken visits to several of those schools. Louisville has also shown interest, but not offered. He's taken visits to Notre Dame, Arizona and others as well during his junior year. 

247Sports and Rivals both rate Hasselbeck as a three-star prospect. 247Sports has him ranked as the No. 4 player in Massachusetts and No. 49 quarterback in the class of 2024. 

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