West Virginia HS Basketball
2024 Morgantown High School Prospect Sharron Young Reflects on WVU Visit
2024 guard Sharron Young unofficially visited West Virginia on Saturday. Young, a prospect from Morgantown High School, received a tour of the facilities and attended the Texas Tech game.
Young spoke with WV Sports Now about his experience.
“Overall, it was an awesome unofficial visit. I feel extremely blessed to have had the full game day experience from watching the team walkthrough, touring the facility, meeting the coaching staff, being on the court during warm-up and attending the game with my family,” he said. “Being a kid from Morgantown, you grow up dreaming of a day like this. I think wearing the blue and gold means a lot when you’re from West Virginia.”
WVU’s facilities really stuck out to Young, saying they are first class. The in-state guard was able to spend some time talking to WVU head coach Bob Huggins.
“I will always cherish having the opportunity to spend one on one time with coach Huggins. He’s a Hall of Fame coach for a reason and he gave some really great insight and things I can take away to make me a better player. My family and I got to interact with all the coaches and staff and had some great hosts.”
Young (6-foot, 150 pounds) is not ranked yet by the main recruiting databases but holds offers from Drexel, Mount St. Mary’s, Radford, Southeastern Louisiana and Youngstown State. Young led Morgantown HS to a WV Class 4a State Championship last season as a sophomore.
Young has help lead MHS to a 19-2 record during his junior season. WVSN will keep you up to date on Young’s recruitment.