Former Oregon WR comes back to Pac-12, commits to Utah Utes
It has been an eventful couple of years for former Oregon Ducks’ wide receiver Mycah Pittman.
After starting his career in Eugene with the Ducks and playing for three seasons at Oregon, Pittman decided to skip out early on the 2021 season and enter the transfer portal in November, leaving the team a month before the season was over. Pittman cited a lack of utilization and a need for a change of scenery as the reason for his departure after catching 38 passes in the three seasons.
Former Ducks WR Mycah Pittman explains why he decided to transfer from Oregon
Pittman landed at Florida State with the Seminoles under Mike Norvell and played for one season, where he saw a slight uptick in production — Pittman had 32 catches for 330 yards and 3 TD, all career highs — but apparently did not find the fit that he was looking for. At the end of April, Pittman once again entered the transfer portal, and announced on Sunday that he was committing to the Utah Utes, coming back out west to join the Pac-12.
Will the Utes be a fit in his fifth year of collegiate football? Time will tell.
Life’s a gamble and I’m all about my poker chips pic.twitter.com/iJeIc94EMs
— MJP (@MycahPittman) May 7, 2023
I love you Florida state, thank you for the memories. I’m officially in the transfer portal. pic.twitter.com/EGSdaqMbtb
— MJP (@MycahPittman) April 28, 2023
New Utah WR Mycah Pittman’s got some serious hands 💪💪 pic.twitter.com/ZdNRkKOfxY
— Cam Mellor (@CamMellor) May 7, 2023
Former Oregon WR returning to Pac-12, will face Ducks this season at a place he didn't play in 2021 https://t.co/8WtjlVudut
— James Crepea (@JamesCrepea) May 8, 2023