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2024 3-Star CB Raemon Mosby Explains Why He Has WVU on Top Schools List



WVU Football CB recruit Raemon Mosby

Evers since receiving an offer from West Virginia last month, three-star cornerback recruit Raemon Mosby has made his interest in WVU football clear.

Mosby reiterated his feelings about the Mountaineers by making West Virginia as one of his top 9 schools. He released his narrowed down list on Friday morning, placing WVU among a group that also includes Duke, Georgia Tech, East Carolina, Coastal Carolina, Cincinnati, Louisville, Indiana and Mississippi State.

WVSN asked Mosby what he likes about the WVU. “I fell in love with West Virginia as a kid, watching Tavon Austin just killing at his position and I was an offensive guy at the time, then growing up and actually getting the offer from them and talking with the coaches is just a great feeling,” said Mosby.

An Atlanta, Georgia native, Mosby (6-foot, 175 pounds) is a Westlake High School product. Mosby is considered an athletic corner and ranked as one of the top 100 players in his class in Georgia., ESPN, Rivals and 247 Sports all classic Mosby as a three-star recruit.

ESPN has Mosby ranked the highest, labeling him at number 60 as far as Georgia players and even at number 52 for cornerbacks in the country. Most other national outlets have Mosby more around 100 as a Georgia prospect, with On3 having him further back at 135.

Mosby was named defensive back MVP at a Rivals camp in April.

But no matter where he’s ranked, Mosby has over 20 offers, mostly from Division I schools, to choose from. Prior to cutting his group of schools down, Mosby also had offers from Appalachian State, Maryland, Nebraska, Ole Miss, Purdue and USF.

Click here to find our complete list of the offers sent by the WVU football program.

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