WVU adds JUCO quarterback

By Chris Jackson            Sports Editor West Virginia received a much-needed addition at the quarterback position. David Isreal, who hails from Butler Community College in Kansas, committed to WVU on Sunday. He will be the fourth scholarship quarterback on the roster, joining Will Grier, Chris Chugunov and Cody Saunders, who is dealing with a shoulder injury. Isreal has three years of players eligibility remaining and will join the 2017 recruiting class. WVU offensive coordinator Jake Spavital expressed concern about the depth at quarterback following the Gold-Blue Spring Game on Saturday, discussing how they needed to add more … Continue reading WVU adds JUCO quarterback

WVU target names top schools, commitment date

By Chris Jackson               Sports Editor West Virginia linebacker target Brian Asamoah announced his commitment date and top schools early Friday morning. Asamoah, a class of 2018 linebacker from St. Francis De Sales (Columbus, Ohio), said via Twitter that his commitment date is tentatively scheduled for April 21. His top six schools are Cincinnati, Michigan, Penn State, Pittsburgh, UCLA and West Virginia. 247 Sports rates Asamoah as a three-star prospect and as the nation’s No. 45 outside linebacker. Continue reading WVU target names top schools, commitment date

WVU commit reopens recruitment

By Chris Jackson               Sports Editor West Virginia’s top football commit in the 2017 class is reopening his recruitment. Mike Harley, a receiver from St. Thomas Aquinas High School (Florida), ended his pledge to WVU just two weeks before National Signing Day. He’s rated as the nation’s No. 18 receiver by Rivals.com, holding offers from Miami, Michigan and a number of others. Harley also took an official visit to Miami on Jan. 13 and has a trip scheduled to UCLA on Friday, according to 247 Sports. With the decision, the Mountaineers are down to 18 commits (two … Continue reading WVU commit reopens recruitment

WVU target postpones commitment date

By Chris Jackson       Sports Editor Originally schedule to commit last night, WVU class of 2017 target Shakur Brown postponed his decision date until National Signing Day on Feb. 1. Brown is rated by Rivals.com as a three-star athlete by 247 Sports out of Woodland High School (Stockbridge, GA), helping lead the team to a 10-3 record this past season. The 6-foot, 180-pound prospect is deciding between Kentucky, South Carolina, Tennessee and West Virginia. He recently took an official visit to Morgantown on Jan. 13 and will be making the trek to Kentucky tomorrow. Continue reading WVU target postpones commitment date