The West Virginia Sports Now Daily Notebook is a daily recap of news concerning West Virginia Football and Basketball.
**Update (6:23 p.m.)-
2023 FB/LB Kamden Shallis has received an offer from West Virginia after attending a camp. This is Shallis’ first Division-I offer. Shallis is from Martinsburg.
— Kamden Shallis (@KamdenShallis) June 13, 2022
**Update (6:00 p.m.) –
West Virginia football has offered three-star 2023 interior offensive lineman Ryan Cory (6-foot-4, 290-pounds) from Pine-Richland High School in Gibsonia, Pennsylvania. Cory is the No. 15 rated Pennsylvania recruit and the No. 20 rated interior offensive lineman according to 247Sports composite ratings.
Cory also has offers from Cincinnati, Connecticut, Duquesne, Kansas State, Kentucky, Louisville, Maryland, Miami (OH), Oregon and Toledo. He’s also being pursued by Akron, Duke, Notre Dame, Penn State, Pittsburgh and Rutgers but hasn’t been offered by any of them yet.
After an amazing camp, I am blessed and thankful to have earned an offer from West Virginia University @CoachWright37 @Coach_LeDonne @adamgorney @BrianDohn247 @RivalsFriedman pic.twitter.com/tQH9IXd4UT
— Ryan Cory (@RyanCory15) June 13, 2022
**Update (5:00 p.m.) –
West Virginia football offered 2023 edge rusher Braydin Ward (6-foot-7, 225-pounds) from Riverside, West Virginia. Ward is a two-sport athlete who also plays center on his school’s basketball team.
— Braydin Ward (@b_ward08) June 13, 2022
**Update (3:27 p.m.) –
West Virginia offered 2025 athlete Elijah Pedro (5-foot-10, 165-pounds) from Our Lady of Good Counsel High School in Olney, Maryland. There isn’t much known about Pedro, in fact he doesn’t even have a page on 247Sports or Rivals. He does has a On3 page, but the only offer listed by him on that page is from West Virginia.
According to Pedro’s Twitter, he has also been offered by Buffalo and Connecticut and he attended a 7-on-7 camp at Maryland, but has not gotten offered by them at this point.
After a great camp earlier this week ,I am Blessed to receive an offer from West Virginia University !#almostheaven @Backendcoach12 @NealBrown_WVU @Tony_TDUB @WRU_CoachMilez pic.twitter.com/JxDleroeFI
— Elijah 🥷🏾 (@ElijahPedro2025) June 11, 2022
**Update (12:29 p.m.) –
West Virginia’s volleyball team has released their schedule for the 2022 season. The schedule is highlighted with the Penn State Classic, Hawaii Tournament and South Dakota Classic. The Mountaineers will start out their season against Robert Morris on Aug. 20. Click here to see the full schedule.