WVU Football Recruiting
West Virginia Back in Running for 2023 3-Star RB Jordan Louie
West Virginia is now back in the running for a player that pulled his commitment to the program just a month ago.
When running back Jordan Louie unveiled his top three schools and announced he will be making his final decision on Dec. 21, WVU was suddenly listed along with Vanderbilt and North Carolina. This comes as somewhat of a surprise since Louie de-committed from the Mountaineers on Nov. 12th.
@coachTWoff @BHarrison92 @BURDEZZZZZYYYYY @RecruitGeorgia @SmallwoodTrent @Mansell247 pic.twitter.com/CVO46yG5MF
— Jordan “Jtrain” Louie (@JGROOVY11) November 11, 2022
To Louie’s credit and a reason why West Virginia may still land the 2023 class three-star back out of Georgia, he did specify that WVU was still an option for him even though he was opening up his recruitment as part of his letter at the time. Louie initially committed to WVU in June.
“I’d like to first thank God for allowing me to be in this position. Secondly, I would like to especially thank Coach Lesley and Coach Chad Scott for recruiting me. Also, Coach Neal Brown and the fans for believing in me and accepting me into heir family. Lastly, I would like to thank everyone who played a role in getting me this far. After a lot of prayer and speaking with my family, I would like to decommit from West Virginia University and publicly open up my recruitment, 100% to all schools. I want to explore my options. West Virginia could potentially still be a landing spot for me. Thank you and please respect my decision,” said Louie.
A senior at Meadowcreek High School in Norcross, Georgia, Louie has received 20 division-I offers from Arkansas, Arkansas State, Army, Boston College, Coastal Carolina, Florida Atlantic, Georgia Southern, Georgia State, Georgia Tech, Louisville, Memphis, Middle Tennessee State, Purdue, Tennessee State, Tennessee Tech, UCF, Western Kentucky, West Virginia, Wofford and others.