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West Virginia Offers 2027 Prospect After Winning Camp MVP

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West Virginia football extended an offer to 2027 athlete Anthony Sweeney after earning camp most valuable player on Saturday. Sweeney is a 6-foot-4 rising sophomore who currently plays at Our Lady Good Counsel High School in Maryland.

“Honored to announce that after earning Camp MVP at the West Virginia Big Man Camp… West Virginia offered,” Sweeney wrote on X.

As an athlete, Sweeney has played at running back, wide receiver and a defensive lineman. Sweeney has picked up offers from Buffalo, Florida, Maryland, Miami (FL) and West Virginia with interest from other schools.

The WVU football program has been conducting camps for high school players all throughout June. And on Wednesday, held a 7-on-7 tournament. This marked a special of camp and allowed prospects from all over to come together to compete on the historic Mountaineer Field.

Below shows videos of some of these players in action. The West Virginia staff was impressed enough with some of them to show interest in them as members of future recruiting classes.

High School Players Show Off Skills During WVU Football 7-on-7 Tournament

In general, West Virginia has shaped up a nice 2025 class so far. West Virginia currently has the No. 24 class, highlighted by 17 commitments, according to 247 Sports. Most recently, the Mountaineers picked up a commitment from Montavin Quisenberry, a three-star athlete from Kentucky.

For Sweeney, West Virginia is getting involved early for the 2027 recruit.

Click here for the rest of WV Sports Now’s coverage of WVU football recruiting.

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