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The West Virginia Sports Now Daily Notebook- December 9

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The West Virginia Sports Now Daily Notebook is a daily recap of news concerning West Virginia Football and Basketball.   

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Update (6:08 PM)-

Update (2:31 PM)-
**This afternoon, West Virginia football extends an offer to 2023 4-star offensive tackle Shamurad Umarov (6’6″, 290) from Denmark High School in Alpharetta, Georgia. Umarov is ranked by 247 Sports as one of the Top 200 juniors in the country. At this point, Umarov holds offers from Florida, Florida State, Michigan State, Missouri, NC State, North Carolina, Ole Miss, Purdue, Tennessee, Central Florida, South Florida, Virginia and Virginia Tech.

Update (11:42 AM)-
**Last night, the West Virginia staff was in Georgia having a home visit with 2022 3-star defensive end Asani Redwood. We told you about Redwood earlier this week after he picked up an offer from WVU.

Courtesy Asani Redwood

While on Official Visit, West Virginia Offers 2022 DE Asani Redwood

 

Update (10:54 AM)-

Update (9:50 AM)-
**Another offer to a player from Florida as this one goes to 2024 linebacker Timajay Hayes from Melbourne, Florida. Hayes (6’1″, 215) received the offer from assistant coach Chad Scott and also holds offers from Oklahoma, Utah, Louisville, Arkansas, Florida, Iowa State, Kentucky, Miami, Michigan State, NC State, Ole Miss, Tennessee, Central Florida and South Florida.

Update (9:40 AM)-
*WVU football extends an offer to 2023 3-star defensive tackle Jason Hammonds Jr. from St. Thomas Aquinas in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Hammonds (6’3″, 285) has also received offers from Maryland, Ole Miss, Pitt, Syracuse, Wake Forest, Western Kentucky and Florida International.

Update (9:02 AM)-
**Yesterday, WVU football extends an offer to 2023 wide receiver/tight end Camp Magee from Edgewater High School in Orlando, Florida. Magee (6’6″, 210) has also received offers from Iowa State and Indiana.

Update (8:50 AM)-
**A second offer from WVU to 2024 4-star wide receiver as this one goes to Jeremiah Smith from Chaminade-Madonna Prep in Opa Locka, Florida. 247 Sports ranks Smith as the No. 39 overall sophomore and one of the Top 10 sophomore wide receivers. Smith (6’2″, 185) holds offers from Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Miami, Ohio State, Ole Miss, Penn State, Pitt, South Carolina, Syracuse, Texas A&M, Central Florida and Indiana.

Update (8:40 AM)-
**Bob Huggins and WVU basketball extended an offer last night to 2023 3-star forward Devin Royal (6’6″, 210) from Pickerington, Ohio. Royals is ranked as the No. 121 junior prospect by 247 Sports with offers from Butler, Dayton, Iowa State, Kansas State, Marquette, Ohio State, Penn State, Tulane and Xavier.

Update (8:28 AM)-
**West Virginia football extends an offer to 2023 4-star wide receiver Cameron Seldon from Heathsville, Virginia. Seldon (6’1″, 210) is ranked by 247 Sports as one of the Top 20 juniors in the country. At this point of his recruitment, Seldon holds offers from Maryland, Michigan, North Carolina, Penn State, Syracuse, Tennessee, Virginia and Virginia Tech.

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