Wide receiver Mycah Pittman has announced his new college destination. The 22-year-old wide receiver from Tampa Bay, Florida, announced this weekend that he will play the next part of his college career in Utah. He announced his decision on Twitter on Sunday.
Utah will be the third college in his career that Pittman is running for. The former four-star candidate in the 2019 recruiting class has previously spent three years at Oregon and one year in the state of Florida.
The younger brother of ex USC star and stream Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Michael Pittman Jr., the younger Pittman brother, has recorded 70 receptions for 877 yards and five touchdowns over his four seasons.
Last season, Pittman had his best year yet with the Seminoles. In 13 games, he posted 32 receptions for 330 yards and three touchdowns. He was also a primary punt return for the Seminoles with 18 punt returns for 169 yards. He would earn All-ACC honorable mention as a specialist.
Pittman will compete in a Utah program coming off their third consecutive 10+ win season, not counting the COVID-shortened 2020 season. Entering Year 20 under head coach Kyle Whittingham, the Utes were 10-4 last season making their second straight Rose Bowl appearance.
Notably, the Utes will return star quarterback Cameron Rising this coming fall. Rising returns after a torn cruciate ligament Penn state in the Rose Bowl.
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— MJP (@MycahPittman) May 7, 2023