Best Virginia is adding a little bit of youth to its roster, announcing the addition of recent WVU graduate Chase Harler Thursday afternoon.
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Harler, a 2020 graduate, played four seasons from the Mountaineers from 2016-20. The Moundsville, WV native averaged 3.5 points in116 career games. He set career-highs in minutes (22.3) points (5.4), assists (1.2) and rebounds (1.2) during the 2018-19 season.
Harler had an unforgettable senior day on with WVU, proposing to his long-time girlfriend before WVU upset No. 4 Baylor at the Coliseum. Since graduating, Harler has been playing professionally overseas.
Also on the Best Virginia roster for the 2021 TBT are former Mountaineers Jonathan Holton, Sagaba Konate, Teyvon Myers, John Flowers, Kevin Jones, Tarik Phillip, Juwan Staten and Nathan Adrian. The team will be coached by WVU Tech head coach James Long and assistants Dave Tallman and Da’Sean Butler.
Best Virginia will play in the TBT West Virginia Regional on July 17-21 this summer at the Charleston Coliseum. Also competing in the regional will be the Marshall Alumni team Herd That. Tickets for the event are on sale now.