West Virginia’s game against Texas on Saturday at Milan Puskar Stadium is a must-win game for a squad seeking to earn bowl eligibility, but it’s also another chance to show off the program to recruits in attendance.
Let’s take a look at some of the recruits that will be in Morgantown to visit WVU on Saturday. There are some recruits still looking for offers, some who have picked up an offer already and a couple of the biggest names in the 2022 recruiting class on the list.
Taran Fitzpatrick — 2022 WR/DB from George Washington High School in Charleston, West Virginia
Fitzpatrick has received a PWO offer from WVU.
— Taran Fitzpatrick (@taran88568) November 5, 2021
Travious Lathan — 2022 Four-Star LB from Gulliver Prep in Miami, Florida
Lathan is currently committed to WVU, ranking as the third-highest rated commit in the class.
I'll be visiting home next month vs Texas! pic.twitter.com/1PtcNP7o2y
— Travious Lathan ² (@treylathan5) October 7, 2021
Will Prichard — 2023 Three-Star QB from The King’s Academy in West Palm Beach, Florida
Prichard attended a WVU camp in June, but he hasn’t received an official offer yet.
— WILL PRICHARD 3⭐️ QB (@WPrichard) October 7, 2021
Nicco Marchiol — 2022 Four-Star QB from Hamilton in Chandler, Arizona
Marchiol is currently committed to WVU, the only consensus four-star in the class.
Game day🤘🏼👇🏼 #BeatTexas
— Nicco Marchiol (@MarchiolNicco) November 20, 2021
Raleigh Collins III — 2022 Three-Star LB from Neumann-Goretti in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Collins is currently committed to WVU, ranked as one of the top recruits in Pennsylvania.
— Raleigh Collins III (@_RaleighCollins) November 18, 2021
Jaheim White — 2023 RB from William Penn in York, Pennsylvania
White picked up his WVU offer earlier this month.
— Jahiem White (@JahiemWhite_305) November 19, 2021