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  When Jordan Addison went home to Frederick, Md., in the offseason, he carried with him reminders of a memorable freshman season at Pitt. With 60 catches for 666 yards, four touchdowns and the longest play of Pitt's season (75 yards), few failed to notice. He was a Freshman All-American, honorable mention All-ACC and runner-up conference rookie of the year. Then, before this season, he was named to the Biletnikoff Award watch list, telling the college football world to keep an eye on the young (not yet 20) wide receiver during the 2021 season. Later, when he accompanied teammates Kenny Pickett and Deslin Alexandre and coach Pat Narduzzi to Charlotte, N.C., to meet the press, reporters from all across the ACC footprint hung on his every word.

So when he went home to his mother, Keisha, six brothers and three sisters, of course, they told him they were proud. But let's not get carried away, he reminded them. "When I saw (the recognition), I took it in to show my mom, my family," he said Friday after Pitt's first day of drills, "and, then, once I came here, now it's time to go work for it. "My mom was very proud. I told her, "I ain't got it yet." "It," in Addison's mind, is nothing short of jumping ahead of any player who might catch a pass over the next two seasons and, ultimately, getting picked in the first round of the NFL Draft, possibly as early as 2023. "First-round draft pick is definitely on top of my list," he said. "I don't want to settle for anything less." There's just one other goal, and it's just as important: "Get to the NFL and provide for my family," he said. "Get my whole family in one neighborhood. I'm a big family person." - Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


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News Source: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review



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