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Prized WVU Basketball Recruit Isaiah Cotrell Signs Letter of Intent

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It’s official. This afternoon, Isaiah Cotrell, the Mountaineers’ highest rated 2020 recruit, signed his National Letter of Intent to play for Bob Huggins and West Vriginia Basketball in 2020-21.

Cotrell, who grew up in Las Vegas and played at Bishop Gorman High School before attending Huntington Prep in Huntington, West Virginia, is a consensus four-star player and a Top-100 player in the nation, according to 247 Sports. The 6-foot-10, 220-pound power forward had offers from schools across the country: Blue Blood Kansas, last year’s NCAA Champions Virginia, and traditional powers like Syracuse, UCLA, Arizona and Florida, amongst many others.

Cottrell is the third player to sign with West Virginia during the early signing period joining Taj Thweatt and Kedrian Johnson, who inked their Letters of Intent earlier this week.

Mountaineers head coach Bob Huggins said that “This class should go down as one of the better recruiting classes in the Big 12 Conference and beyond.”

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