The West Virginia Sports Now Daily Notebook is a daily recap of news concerning West Virginia Football and Basketball.
Update (2:45 p.m.) –
Four more West Virginia football players now have gear available to purchase in the NIL Shop. Lance Dixon, Andrew Wilson-Lamp, Matt Cavalarro and Brian Polendey now have t-shirts available featuring their name, image and likeness.
To order from the NIL Shop, check out the tweet below.
— The NIL Shop (@TheNILShop) June 24, 2022
Update (12:30 p.m.) –
West Virginia great Adam “Pac-Man” Jones has been taking his adopted son Chris Henry Jr. on college visits. Henry Jr. is one of the sons of late Bengals and West Virginia wide receiver Chris Henry, who died in 2009.
Pacman Jones adopting Chris Henry’s sons is one of the best stories that doesn’t get told enough. I know plenty of my dad’s friends told him they would take me to games etc and mentor me. Aside from a few occasional gifts, they didn’t. Pacman truly stepped up for his friend. https://t.co/uHMjiXtIWd
— Mike J. Asti (@MikeAsti11) June 23, 2022
Henry Jr. (6-foot-3, 170-pounds) is a 2026 wide receiver. He has already received seven offers, including one from West Virginia. He also has offers from Connecticut, Grambling State, Marshall, Miami, Ohio State and Penn State.