West Virginia three-star commit Mumu Bin-Wahad has been a key contributor for Grayson High School for a couple of seasons now, but he’s reached new levels of versatility as a senior on the Rams’ 7-3 squad.
Bin-Wahad recorded 30 tackles (25 solo), five tackles for loss, five passes defended and three interceptions this season for Grayson, playing all across the defense. He lined up at every position in the secondary and even dropped into the box as a ‘backer when needed.
He also flashed not only his nose for the ball but his nose for the end zone, returning a kickoff and interception for a touchdown.
At 6-foot-0, 180 pounds, Bin-Wahad is a good-sized defensive playmaker with excellent anticipation and ball skills. He’s able to play across the secondary, but he appears to be best suited for lining up as a cornerback in Morgantown.
Grayson will be in action Friday against East Coweta High School in a non-region matchup at 7:30 p.m.
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