The West Virginia Sports Now Daily Notebook is a daily recap of news concerning West Virginia Football and Basketball.
Update (6:00 PM) –
WVU hosted a couple of recruits at Milan Puskar Stadium for the game against Oklahoma State on Saturday. Here they are:
2023 defensive back Darrell Jones Jr. from Southfield High School for the Arts and Technologies in Southfield, Michigan visited Morgantown on Saturday, attending the OK State game. Jones (5-foot-10, 160 pounds) has visited Toledo and Central Michigan this season.
Thanks @CoachWright37 @MorganGHS19 @KatieGiusto @WVUFBRecruiting for having me out for the weekend. Great atmosphere and hype crowd i had a ball. Can’t wait to come back!#TrustTheClimb 💪🏽 pic.twitter.com/bE2qhO7Kgb
— Darrell Hollywood Jones Jr (@darrelljonesjr_) November 7, 2021
2025 athlete Zion Gray from North Stafford High School in Stafford, Virginia attended the WVU game against Oklahoma State at Milan Puskar Stadium. Gray (5-foot-8, 140 pounds) has received interest from Penn State, Virginia and Virginia so far as a freshman.
— Zion Gray CO 25'⭐️ (@ZionGray15) November 7, 2021
2023 tight end/long snapper Nathan Lhotsky from Bridgeport High School in Bridgeport, West Virginia made the in-state trip to Milan Puskar Stadium for the WVU game on Saturday. Lhotsky (6-foot-4, 215 pounds) made a visit to Rice earlier this year.
— Nathan Lhotsky (@n_lhot) November 8, 2021
Update (11:05 AM) –
***2022 three-star safety Miguel Mitchell from Oxford High School in Oxford, Alabama picked up an offer from WVU over the weekend. Mitchell (6-foot-1, 205 pounds) has also received offers from Memphis, Vanderbilt, Liberty, Louisiana, Northwestern, Southern Miss, Wake Forest, Western Kentucky, Army, Georgia State and Jacksonville State.
— Miguel “M&M” Mitchell (@MMitchell_10) November 8, 2021
Update (11:00 AM) –
***2022 offensive lineman Logan Bernesser from Shaler Area High School in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania received a preferred walk-on offer from WVU. Bernesser (6-foot-7, 280 pounds) has received interest from Connecticut and Penn State.
— Logan Bernesser (@bernesser26) November 7, 2021
Update (10:45 AM) –
***2023 three-star interior offensive lineman Dylan Senda from Divine Child High School in Dearborn, Michigan made a visit to Morgantown for the WVU-Oklahoma State game over the weekend. Senda (6-foot-5, 275 pounds) has picked up offers from Iowa, Michigan State, Northwestern, Penn State, Akron, Bowling Green, Central Michigan, Cincinnati, Kent State, Kentucky, Louisville, Marshall, Maryland, Miami, Michigan, Pitt, Syracuse and WVU.
TY @WVUfootball, Coach Brown @NealBrown_WVU, Coach Moore @CoachMooreWVU,Coach Danielson @Coach_Danielsen & Coach Gasper @SGasperWVU for the Awesome visit to the WVU vs. Oklahoma State game this past Saturday! It was a great day and a lot of fun! Appreciate it! #TrustTheClimb pic.twitter.com/GRsamFyY0D
— Dylan Senda (@dylansenda2023) November 8, 2021