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West Virginia Sports Now Recruiting Notebook: June 10

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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: 3:40 p.m.

**More news on a position group that WVU has already recruited, Florida receiver Patrick Bryant has announced that West Virginia and Illinois are the final two schools he is considering for recruitment.

Bryant (6-foot-3, 187 lbs.) is a three-star receiver from Jacksonville, Florida. WVU offered Bryant last June, Illinois offered Bryant on April 21 this year. In January, Bryant put out a top-six tat did not include WVU, but rather had Florida State, Georgia Tech, Syracuse, Nebraska, Virginia Tech and Penn State. Bryant has said that he will announce his final decision on June 14.

UPDATE: 3:00 p.m.

**Neal Brown is double-dipping in another position group today, this time running back, offering Deon Silas from Florida.

Silas (5-foot-6, 170 lbs.) is a three-star prospect from Lutz, Florida. Lutz is an Iowa State commit, announcing his commitment on April 18. WVU also already has four-star prospect Jaylen Anderson committed in the 2021 class. Silas chose the Cyclones over offers from TCU, Virginia and South Florida, among others.

UPDATE: 2:50 p.m.

**Even after landing a verbal commitment from Tomas Rimac on Monday, Neal Brown is still in the market for 2021 offensive linemen, offering Justin Pickett from Indiana.

Pickett (6-foot-7, 315 lbs.) is a three-star rated offensive lineman from Carmel, Indiana. Pickett has been generating a ton of interest lately, picking up offers from Akron, Arizona, Illinois, Central Florida and now West Virginia since the start of May. He also has offers from Cincinnati, Nevada, Tulane, UNLV, Western Kentucky and basically every MAC school.

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Cody spent the last two years getting his master's degree in journalism from WVU. He graduated from Slippery Rock University in 2018 with a degree in digital media production. He was born and raised in Mercer, Pennsylvania.

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