MORGANTOWN, W. Va. – On the first day of the National Letter of Intent period, West Virginia was able to secure their three commits for the class of 2022, the final signee on Wednesday was Josiah Harris.
Almost Heaven is ready for you, @Jojo_bean0730
— WVU Men's Basketball (@WVUhoops) November 10, 2021
Harris, a 6-foot-7 forward from Canton, Ohio, committed to West Virginia back in March. During the summer, Harris went up against top prospect Emoni Bates, who plays for Memphis now, and gave him trouble during the Peach Jam event.
Harris visited WVU back in early October and attended the Texas Tech football game in Morgantown.
The current commits for the class of 2022 have been officially complete. Earlier on Wednesday, the Mountaineers were able to get JUCO commit Patrick Suemnick and high school commit Josiah Davis to sign their letters.
Expect the coaching staff to go after more players, as there are seven seniors on the current West Virginia team.