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Breaking: FSU Transfer Jeremiah Bembry Committing to West Virginia



Jeremiah Bembry

FSU transfer guard Jeremiah Bembry is committing to West Virginia, he first tells Jeff Goodman of Stadium. Bembry is a 6-foot-6 guard with four years of eligibility remaining.

Bembry took a visit to WVU this weekend and the coaching staff landed a commitment from him at the end of the visit.

Bembry was medically redshirted at Florida State during his freshman season. Bembry entered the transfer portal on April 20 and has had a quiet recruitment since.

From Bembry’s bio at FSU:

Graduated from Executive Education Academy in 2022…a very dedicated student-athlete, as Bembry earned a 4.0 GPA in high school and drew significant interest from a number of Ivy League schools…the Executive Education Academy is located in Allentown, Pa…played in 32 games over two seasons at Executive…averaged 13.9 points over his two year career in the Raptors’ program…averaged 14.1 points in 15 games as a senior…a season-high 27 points in a 67-62 win over Muhlenberg, 23 in a win over Nativity BVM and 21 against Wilkes-Barre Area as a senior…10 double figure scoring games in 15 games as a senior…Averaged 13.7 points, 7.0 rebounds, 6.0 assists and 2.0 blocked shots per game…helped lead Executive to the quarterfinals of the PIAA Class 3A State Tournament…his season-high of 23 points in the final prep game of his career against Loyalsock Township…also totaled 21 in a 98-56 win over Roberto Clemente Charter School.

West Virginia also reached out to Memphis transfer Malcolm Dandridge on Wednesday night. Dandridge has played four years at Memphis under Penny Hardaway, committing from the class of 2019 as a four-star prospect. Dandridge appeared in 20 games this past season averaging 5.7 points, 3.6 rebounds and 1.0 blocks in 14.5 minutes per game. Dandridge shot 58 percent from the field.

The Mountaineers currently have eight players on roster as of July 6 with five spots to fill: RaeQuan Battle (G), Jesse Edwards (C), Josiah Harris (F), Kobe Johnson (G), Kerr Kriisa (G), Omar Silverio (G), Patrick Suemnick (F) and Seth Wilson (G).

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