Just five days after receiving an offer from West Virginia, 2023 quarterback Sean Boyle (6-foot-2, 180-pounds) has committed to the school. He is the 18th commitment for the class of 2023, which is now ranked No. 32 (247Sports) and No. 37 (On3) in the country. Rivals has not updated to include Boyle as of this writing, but currently has the class ranked at No. 33.
— Sean Boyle (@SeanBoyle_12) October 25, 2022
Boyle received the offer from West Virginia just five days ago and was previously committed to Charlotte. After receiving the offer from West Virginia, he de-committed from Charlotte just three days later. Boyle is not an in-state recruit as he hails from Charlotte Catholic High School in Charlotte, North Carolina. He does have ties to West Virginia though as his mother is an alumnus of the university.
“Coach Harrell facetimed me last night and told me the good news,” Boyle told WVSN at the time. “He said that I’d be a great fit in their offense and what they’re doing as a team. My mom graduated from WVU so it’s definitely an offer I’ve worked for since I was a kid.”
Boyle is listed as a pro-style quarterback and the No. 62 rated quarterback and No. 30 rated player from North Carolina on 247Sports Composite. He is the No. 50 rated quarterback and No. 29 player from the state of North Carolina on On3.
Rivals doesn’t include him in their quarterback rankings, but have him listed as the No. 29 player from the state of North Carolina. All three outlets have him as a three-star recruit.
As of now, all four current West Virginia quarterbacks are set to return next season. J.T. Daniels (redshirt junior), Will Crowder (redshirt freshman), Garrett Greene (sophomore) and Nicco Marchiol (freshman) were in a quarterback competition to start the year, but the starting reigns have gone to Daniels each week since the start of the season.