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Several Key WVU Football Players Announce Plans to Return, Promote Country Roads Trust



WVU Football LB Josiah Trotter

In the midst of players announcing their plans to transfer all across the country, the WVU football program now knows several players will be returning next season.

Wyatt Milum and Tomas Rimac, who will both be relied upon to step up as a leaders of West Virginia’s offensive line, and Josiah Trotter, a top member of the 2023 recruiting class, both have publicly proclaimed they are still committed to being Mountaineers into the future.

Wide receiver Preston Fox and another offensive lineman in Brandon Yates also joined in on the committing wave.

Retaining Milum, Rimac and Yates was essential after they proved to be parts of WVU’s strong offensive line in 2023. With Zach Frazier pursuing the NFL and Doug Nester possibly joining him, Milum will be an even more important piece in 2024.

As for Trotter, he missed his entire freshman season with a serious injury suffered during camp. At the time of his injury, head coach Neal Brown said he was fully expecting Trotter to be a contributor in 2023 before the injury. If Trotter decided to leave, WVU football fans would have never been able to see him actually put his talents on display.

Fox became the lead return man and developed a solid chemistry with quarterback Garrett Greene.

These players decided to promote WVU’s NIL collective Country Roads Trust while announcing their intentions to return on social media.

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