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West Virginia Football Commit Noah Braham ‘Can’t Wait’ to Officially Sign



West Virginia commit Noah Braham has made it clear his future will be in Morgantown.

The three-star athlete made an official visit to West Virginia’s campus this past weekend, and announced via his Twitter account Sunday afternoon that he plans to sign with the Mountaineers on Dec. 21.

A senior at University High School in Morgantown, Braham chose to commit to West Virginia on June 25, just three days after first receiving an offer from Mountaineers assistant coach Sean Reagan.

Braham, who stands at 6-foot-3, 225 pounds, was previously listed as a tight end on Rivals, but is now designated as a linebacker. He also plays defensive end.

He was one of four players who joined West Virginia on June 25, and if his linebacker status holds, will join a strong 2023 position class that includes St. Joseph’s Prep senior Josiah Trotter, the son of 11-year NFL veteran and Philadelphia Eagles Hall of Famer Jeremiah Trotter.

Braham is the son of WVU Hall of Fame offensive lineman Rich Braham, who played for the Mountaineers from 1990-93.

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