The West Virginia Sports Now Daily Notebook is a daily recap of news concerning West Virginia Football and Basketball.
**Update (2:53 p.m.) –
West Virginia women’s basketball has added Grace Grocholski to their class of 2023, according to her Twitter. Grocholski, an All-State guard from Wisconsin, previously committed to Arizona State. She is from North Prairie, Wisconsin, but plays high school basketball at Kettle Moraine High School in Wales, Kentucky and AAU basketball for the Wisconsin Lakers.
I am BEYOND excited to announce that I have made the decision to continue my academic and athletic career at West Virginia University! I want to thank my AAU and high school coaches, my teammates, and especially my family. I truly found my HOME 💙💛#wvu #countryroadstakemehome pic.twitter.com/JwbrF6Sr5S
— Grace Grocholski (@GrocholskiGrace) June 7, 2022
**Update (11:53 a.m.)-
2024 4-star WR/CB Tawaski Abrams has received an offer from West Virginia. Abrams attends Dunbar High School in Fort Myers, FL.
Abrams (5-foot-11, 175 pounds) has offers from Boston College, Florida State, Georgia, Iowa State, Penn State, Pitt, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas A&M and others. On3 ranks Abrams as a top 200 player in the class of 2024.
Blessed to receive a offer from the University of West Virginia pic.twitter.com/RbuJWl27rm
— Tawaski Abrams 4⭐️WR (@TJAbrams2) June 8, 2022