The uncertainty surrounding West Virginia football hasn’t stopped Neal Brown and his staff from recruiting, especially with National Signing Day closing in, and it’s resulted in another commitment.
Chrisdasson Saint-Jean, a 6-foot-7, 310-pound offensive lineman Evans High in Orlando, Florida, committed to West Virginia Tuesday morning over offers from East Carolina, Bowling Green, Florida Atlantic, Indiana, Jacksonville State, Liberty, Marshall, Maryland, Pitt, Purdue, Syracuse, Tulane, USF and Western Kentucky.
West Virginia jumped into the mix for Saint-Jean in May, with offensive line coach Matt Moore and running backs coach Chad Scott serving as his lead recruiter, and he visited in October.
— Chrisdasson saint-jean (@chrisimpel12) November 28, 2022
Saint-Jean visited East Carolina earlier this month, and he made unofficial visits to Florida and UCF earlier this year.
Saint-Jean started at right tackle for Evans High this season, and he’s also participated in track & field and weightlifting during his scholastic career.
247Sports rates Saint-Jean as the 1,438th-ranked recruit in the class (138th-ranked offensive tackle and 249th-ranked recruit from Florida) while On3 rates him as the 1,644th-ranked recruit in the class (70th-ranked offensive tackle and 144th-ranked recruit from Florida). Rivals gives him a 5.5 Rivals Rating.
Saint-Jean joins a WVU recruiting class that already holds commitments from three-star offensive linemen in Johnny Williams IV (Macon, Georgia), Cooper Young (Downington, Pennsylvania) and Nick Krahe (Harborcreek, Pennsylvania).