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Source: Seton Hall Transfer Alexis Yetna Visiting WVU This Weekend



Alexis Yetna
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Seton Hall transfer forward Alexis Yetna is visiting West Virginia over the weekend, a source tells WV Sports Now. Yetna is leaving Morgantown at some point later in the day on Sunday.

Yetna (6-foot-8) last played during the 2021-22 season for Seton Hall, averaging 8.1 points and 7.6 rebounds. Prior to SHU, Yetna played for South Florida as the native of France won the AAC Rookie of the Year in 2019. Yetna has had a wild journey through college basketball playing in three seasons over six years. Yetna was ineligible during the 2017-18 season and was injured during the 2019-20 and 2022-23 seasons. Yetna missed this past season due to a knee injury.

Yetna entered the transfer portal on April 14 and now is one of the top transfers available. Yetna has flown under the radar but is receiving interest from other Power-5 schools. West Virginia’s staff believes that Yetna can contribute to a team that’s bringing in a top transfer portal class. Yetna can add to the depth that the rotation needs.

Yetna has one year of eligibility remaining.

WVU is also eying Rutgers graduate transfer Paul Mulcahy. Mulcahy entered the portal on Friday morning and West Virginia was one of the many schools to contact the 6-foot-7 guard. Mulcahy spent four seasons at Rutgers, averaging 8.3 points, 3.6 rebounds and 4.9 assists this past year. Mulcahy also shot 37 percent from three.

WVU’s current roster holds 13 players: five incoming transfers and eight returning players. RaeQuan Battle (G – Montana State), Jesse Edwards (C – Syracuse), Kerr Kriisa (G – Arizona), Jose Perez (G – Manhattan) and Omar Silverio (G – Manhattan) are your portal additions with Josiah Harris (F), Kobe Johnson (G), Tre Mitchell (F), James Okonkwo (F), Patrick Suemnick (F), Joe Toussaint (G), Mohamed Wague (F) and Seth Wilson (G) returning to the team.

WVSN will keep you up to date with West Virginia’s latest transfer portal recruiting.

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