MORGANTOWN, W.Va – Football programs welcome recruits to visit for games all the time, but the public at large doesn’t often get to hear about what went on during that visit and if it made any impact on the player.
To learn about Sirod Musgrave’s experience when he was in Morgantown for WVUs win over Oklahoma, WVSN reached out to the class of 2024 wide receiver from Martinsburg, West Virginia to get the information right from the young man himself.
“My visit at WVU was great, the atmosphere was beautiful, the facilities were top notch. It was honestly amazing to watch WVU battle it out with Oklahoma and come out with the W,” Musgrove responded with when asked to summarize his time at WVU and the game.
Musgrove, who won a 2021 West Virginia state title and lists himself at 5’11 and 160 pounds in his Twitter bio, was asked to explain what becoming a Mountaineer would mean to him, especially being a West Virginia native. “It would mean a lot to play for WVU, I mean there is no place like home,” he simply said.
As far as his recruitment process, he feels “it has been pretty smooth so far, just been building up relationships with the coaches that are recruiting me so far.”
Musgrove, a junior, made it known that he has clear goals in mind for his final year of high school. “By the time I am at my last year of high school my goal is to obtain multiple scholarships to play college football, there is nothing like being able to play at the next level,” he told us.
The recruit did let us know that WVU is not the only “Power 5” program to show interest in him, naming Louisville as the other school.