On Thursday, Pro Football Focus ranked the top five returning interior defensive linemen for the 2021 season, listing West Virginia's Dante Stills at No. 3 behind Haskell Garrett (Ohio State) and Jermayne Lole (Arizona State), respectively. At No. 4 is Jalen Redmond (Oklahoma), and at No. 5, Bryan Bresee (Clemson).
Senior West Virginia running back will be one of the many athletes that will be featured on the front of the annual Athlon Sports College Football magazine.
Jarret Doege will be West Virginia's starting quarterback in 2021. But who will it be in the future?
There's a chance West Virginia could have a Final Four caliber roster next season but they are still awaiting the decisions of three of their top players.
According to a report from Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports, West Virginia has agreed to play a home-and-home series with UAB (University of Alabama at Birmingham) beginning in 2022.
Glenn is considered one of the top prospects in the 2023 class and is regarded as a highly-rated four-star by most recruiting services. Earlier this week, Glenn told Mountaineer Maven that West Virginia has been one of the schools that have been pursuing him the hardest.
Class of 2022 West Virginia women's basketball commit Marley Washenitz of Fairmont Senior recently played in the Class AAA state championship game against Nitro. The Polar Bears fell short 51-45 in that game but Washenitz was still recognized by the West Virginia Sports Writers Association and was named to the Class AAA All-State First Team on Thursday.
The Mountaineers could be adding to the 2022 recruiting class in the near future.
Wednesday night, class of 2022 running back Ramon Brown (5'11", 200 lbs) of Manchester High School in Midlothian, Virginia announced his top seven schools on Twitter.
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