The University of Pittsburgh received another commitment from a recruit on Thursday when it was announced that linebacker Matt Galambos of Haverford, Pennsylvania has agreed to go to the school. This marks the 16th commitment from a player in the recruiting class of 2013 in addition to the third in this week.
According to Yahoo!'s Rivals.com, Galambos is rated as a two-star recruit and had received offers from other schools such as Harvard, Rutgers, Syracuse, Temple and Yale.
Pitt received its 16th commitment from the Class of 2013, 3rd this week, when Haverford LB Matt Galambos,6-2, 223, said he will enroll.— Jerry DiPaola (@JDiPaola_Trib) August 16, 2012
Standing at 6-foot-2, 223 pounds, Galambos played a hybrid of linebacker and tight-end while at The Haverford School (he is classified as an inside linebacker on most scouting databases).