He recently added the Pitt Panthers to his list of top five schools, and on his formal visit, which is slated to take place the following month, he will have the opportunity to examine the program in further detail.
According to a report by Karl Ludwig of Pittsburgh Sports Now, Elias Rudolph, a four-star linebacker from Deerfield Beach, Florida, will pay a visit to the University of Pittsburgh from the first to the third of June.
In addition to Michigan, Ohio State, and Penn State, Rudolph will travel to visit these schools. Additionally ranking in his top five is Cincinnati.
Next month, Pitt will welcome top prospect Elias Rudolph.
There were a number of schools, including Florida State, Tennessee, Kentucky, Georgia, Arkansas, Texas A&M, Iowa, Purdue, Michigan State, Georgia Tech, Boston College, and West Virginia, who extended scholarship offers to Rudolph, but he turned them down in favor of the five schools that ended up winning.
Rudolph, a backer who is 6 feet 3 inches tall and weighs 200 pounds, is ranked as high as the No. 4 player in the talent-rich state of Florida by Rivals and as high as the No. 15 linebacker by 247Sports. According to ESPN, they are now ranked as the No. 150 player in the country.