Keep updated on all the news and notes concerning West Virginia recruiting in the WVU Sports Now Recruiting Notebook. If Neal Brown, Bob Huggins and their staff extend a scholarship offer, you’ll find out about it in our recruiting notebook.
UPDATE (7:55 PM)-
**West Virginia offers another sophomore, Shippensburg, PA native Anthony Smith. Smith (6’7″, 265) is a towering defensive end prospect who already picked up offers from Penn State and UConn this week. PennLive.com has Smith as the 11th best prospect in the 2022 class in Pennsylvania.
I am very blessed to receive an offer from @WestVirginiaU @WVUfootball Thank you to @CoachChadScott for believe in me. Thank you to all the people that help and support me through this long journey pic.twitter.com/reX04Ry1Ku
— Anthony Smith (@Anthony_Smi) April 22, 2020
UPDATE (1:23 PM)-
**West Virginia offers another sophomore, this time the offer goes to 3-star running back Kentrell Marks from Cleveland, Ohio. Marks (6’1”, 180) is rated as one of the Top 10 sophomores in Ohio and has early offers from Michigan State, Iowa State, Cincinnati and Akron.
— Kentrell Marks 💰 (@RawTrell) November 14, 2019
UPDATE (1:13 PM)-
**4-Star Cornerback Keenan Nelson Jr. is one of the top sophomores in the country and today he received an offer from West Virginia. Nelson (6’1”, 190) is rated by 247 Sports as a Top 60 prospect. Nelson attends St. Joseph’s Prep in Philadelphia and has been offered by Miami, Penn State, Pitt, Duke, Rutgers, Syracuse, Tennessee and Virginia Tech.