Pitt received a verbal commitment from another in a growing line of transfer quarterbacks Sunday when Ventura (Calif.) College's Ricky Town said he plans to enroll, 247Sports reported. Ventura coach Steve Mooshagian, a former Pitt offensive coordinator under Walt Harris from 1997-99, told the Tribune-Review that Town visited Pitt coaches this weekend and was flying back to California on Sunday night. Town is expected to make his commitment official Monday and sign a letter of intent later in the week. Town, who threw for 1,160 yards and 12 touchdowns in his only junior college season, joins Tom Savage, Nathan Peterman and Max Browne as quarterbacks who started their collegiate careers elsewhere before transferring to Pitt. Town, 6-foot-4, 215 pounds, shared the quarterback position at Ventura with Jake Constantine, who also caught the eye of Pitt coaches, Mooshagian said. Mooshagian, who spoke with Pitt coach Pat Narduzzi and offensive coordinator Shawn Watson, said they had Town and Constantine rated at the top of their list of junior college quarterback prospects. But Constantine injured his knee near the end of the season.