For weeks, fans of the Oregon Ducks and Florida Gators have been anxiously awaiting the commitment video of consensus four-star wide receiver Mycah Pittman.
But the 5-foot-11, 195-pound pass-catcher, out of Calabasas High School (Calabasas, California), has been largely quiet, except in response to a fan indicating his decision was delayed.
During his silence, reports and rumors have circulated about the status of his recruitment and there’s been speculation about his character.
On Thursday’s “Recruiting with Andrew Nemec” on 1080 The Fan, Pittman set the record straight, explaining the delay in his decision and discussing rumors about his alleged depth chart concerns.
The California receiver also confirmed that he is down to a final two of Oregon and Florida and that he intends on making his commitment sooner rather than later.
Pittman is rated the nation’s No. 74 prospect overall and the No. 13 wide receiver by 247Sports, while Rivals list him as the No. 82 overall prospect and the No. 16 wide receiver in the country.