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Big Day Of Offers By Neal Brown and West Virginia

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On the same day they handed a huge commitment from 2022 4-star quarterback Nicco Marchiol, Neal Brown and his staff were busy trying to add more players to the Mountaineer program.

The West Virginia staff on Monday had a big day of extending offers to players in various different recruiting classes.

Here’s a rundown of the offers that West Virginia Sports Now was able to track down:

Avery Henry– 2022 3-star offensive tackle (6’6″, 305) from St. Clairsville, Ohio. Henry is currently committed to Iowa State and also holds offers from Syracuse and Eastern Michigan.

Kari Jackson– 2024 linebacker (6’1″, 215) from West Bloomfield, Michigan. Jackson also holds offers from Kentucky, Louisville, Liberty, Michigan, Michigan State, Ole Miss, Penn State and Tennessee.

Evan Tengesdahl– 2023 linebacker (6’4″, 285) from Huber Heights, Ohio. Tengesdahl also holds offers from Miami, Ohio, Toledo, Kent State and Western Michigan. This is his first Power Five offer. Tengesdahl was in Morgantown taking part in a prospects camp.

Grayson Loftis– 2023 quarterback (6’2″, 205) from Greer, South Carolina. Loftis has also been offered by Georgia, Charlotte and Appalachian State. Loftis received the offer after taking part in a prospects camp today at West Virginia.

Cole Cabana– 2023 3-star running back (5’11”, 170) from Dexter, Michigan. Cabana is another player that got the offer after working out for the West Virginia coaches today. Also holds offers from Akron, Bowling Green, Central Michigan, Cincinnati, Liberty, Louisville, Marshall and Syracuse.

Brandon Davis-Swain– 2024 defensive lineman (6’4″, 240) from West Bloomfield, Michigan. The freshman lineman holds offers from Bowling Green, Kentucky, Liberty, Louisville, Marshall, Michigan, Michigan State, Ole Miss, Penn State and Tennessee. Davis-Swain received the offer after taking part in a prospects camp today at West Virginia.

Fletcher Westphal– 2024 offensive tackle (6’7″, 320) from Leesburg, Virginia. Westphal’s only other offer has come from Penn State. Westphal was in Morgantown today participating in West Virginia’s prospect camp when he received the news.

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