West Virginia’s secondary has rebounded from losing a couple of key contributors to become a solid unit so far this season, but with a couple more big names exiting the program after the season, reinforcements will be necessary.
Among those reinforcements is 2022 three-star cornerback Mumu Bin-Wahad from Grayson High School in Loganville, Georgia. Bin-Wahad (5-foot-11, 180 pounds) was named Grayson’s defensive Player of the Game in a 28-14 loss to Mill Creek High School on Friday.
Congrats to C/O 2022 DB and WVU commit @TheMumuBinWahad on being named Defensive Player of the Game.
2 INTs( 1 returned for TD)
— @RamsFBrecruiting (@RamsFBrecruits) September 27, 2021
Bin-Wahad racked up four solo tackles and a tackle for loss, but he made his impact in the air for the most part. He picked off Mill Creek quarterback Hayden Clark twice, returning one for a 39-yard touchdown.
He made an impact despite the loss, showing his strength in pursuit and excellent anticipation and ball skills in reading the quarterback and picking off passes.
far from over … pic.twitter.com/7euBt2rWI4
— The 1 🛸 (@TheMumuBinWahad) September 25, 2021
Friday’s strong game continues a strong senior season for Bin-Wahad, compiling 19 tackles (16 solo), four tackles for loss, two interceptions and four passes defended in six games. Grayson is 4-2 so far in Georgia Class 7-A competition.