Members of West Virginia Football’s 2023 Recruiting Class Enroll at WVU
The next step after signing their national letter of intent with West Virginia is officially enrolling as a student at WVU. That obviously can’t happen until a player graduates from high school first, which usually happens at the end of the Spring.
But several members of WVU’s 2023 class have completed their high school academic obligations and are already on campus in Morgantown as a student. Here are the Mountaineers who have enrolled early at WVU for the Spring semester.
In alphabetical order
Sean Boyle – QB, 6-2, 200, Charlotte, N.C./Charlotte Catholic HS
Sean Boyle, a dual-threat quarterback from Charlotte, North Carolina, committed to WVU quickly after receiving an offer and stayed true to the Mountaineers ever since. He is a WVU legacy since his mother is an alum of the university.
Ben Cutter – LB, 6-1, 215, Denver, N.C./East Lincoln HS
Ben Cutter joins the Mountaineers as a three-star linebacker recruit out Denver, North Carolina.
James Heard Jr.– EDGE, 6-2, 225, Camden, N.J./Camden HS
James Heard is someone WVU’s top recruit Rodney Gallagher mentioned as the underrated player from the 2023 class. With that said, he wasn’t underrated in ranking. He’s a four-star linebacker and classified as among Pennsylvania’s top ten prospects, according to most publications.
Josiah Jackson – CB, 6-0, 175, Fairfield, Ohio/Fairfield HS
Considered a three-star cornerback by most outlets and a four-star by On3, Josiah Jackson could be relied on as a future leader of the WVU secondary.
TJ Johnson – TE, 6-4, 215, Chesapeake, Va./Oscar Smith HS
A receiver who doesn’t get as much publicity as some of the other offensive weapons in this 2023 class, but had a productive senior season by making 24 catches for 343 yards and scoring six touchdowns.
Josiah Totter – LB, 6-2, 230, Philadelphia, Pa./Saint Joseph’s Prep
Another player considered one of best linebackers across Pennsylvania, Josiah Trotter is a four-star product and a state champion from the prestigious St. Joseph’s Prep in Philadelphia.
Jahiem White– RB, 5-9, 190, York, Pa./William Penn HS
Arguably the second most celebrated offensive recruit in Neal Brown’s 2023 class, running back Jahiem White put up monster game after monster game each week throughout his high school career. He will join WVU’s crowded backfield with high expectations.
Johnny Williams IV – OL, 6-7, 315, Macon, Ga./Northeast HS
Someone White may get to know very well, offensive lineman Johnny Williams IV stands 6’7″ and weighs 315 pounds.
Mike Asti, Mike Vukovcan and Ethan Bock discussed WVU’s 2023 recruiting class during a segment during the Sports Now National Signing Day show.
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