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2024 3-Star Pittsburgh Native Sets Commitment Date with WVU in Top 3



WVU Football recruit Jason Cross

Jason Cross could become the latest Pittsburgh native to travel down to Morgantown for college. Cross, a class of 2024 athlete, will let the WVU football program know if he will be a future Mountaineer during a Commitment Ceremony scheduled for this Friday.

The official Twitter account for Bishop Canevin High School tweeted a graphic to promote the upcoming event late Monday night. Cross, who is picking between West Virginia, Michigan State and Syracuse, will announce his choice at 6 pm ET from the school’s football field.

Listed at 6-foot-2 and 170 pounds, Cross is considered a safety prospect by some and simply an athlete by others. He took an official visit to WVU three weeks ago, which was after his trip to Syracuse and just before heading over to Michigan State.

Cross’ athleticism is what makes him an attractive player to West Virginia. He also plays on his school’s basketball team and is listed as a safety by some outlets while simply an athlete by others. Cross is ranked among the Pennsylvania top recruits in his class, even receiving number 6 placement from 247 Sports.

WVU officially extended an offer to Cross in January.

Besides the Mountaineers and the others in his current top three, Cross had offers from Boston College, Kentucky, Iowa State, Maryland, Penn State, Temple, Texas A&M and Virginia Tech as far as Power 5 schools.

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

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