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 (8:47 PM)-
**Another WVU has come in tonight, this time to running back Al-Shadee Salaam.
— shortyy.3k (@AlshadeeSalaam) May 22, 2020
Salaam (5-foot9, 170 lbs.) is a 2021 three-star back from East Orange, New Jersey. He has power five offers from Syracuse, Michigan, Rutgers, Boston College, Minnesota, Pitt and Purdue.
UPDATE (8:22 PM)-
**West Virginia also offers 2022 athlete Travious Lathan.
Blessed and humbled to announce I have earned my 17th offer from West Virginia university 💛 @ErikRichardsUSA @rlacey23 @SWiltfong247 @Andrew_Ivins @ajah_mallary @AABonNBC @DemetricDWarren @CoachTTrickett @Rivalsfbcamps @BrianDohn247 @ealford329 @stevequinnFBU pic.twitter.com/pTbI9gVGze
— treyjetski2 (@treylathan5) May 22, 2020
Lathan (6-foot-2, 190 lbs.) is a four-star outside linebacker from Miami, Florida. He’s already been offered by a number of Florida schools, including Florida, Florida State, Miami, FIU and Florida Atlantic. He also has offers from Louisville, Michigan, Nebraska, Penn State, Pitt, Syracuse and Tennessee.
UPDATE (6:53 PM)-
**West Virginia extends an offer tonight to 2022 offensive tackle Elijah Pritchett (6’6″, 250) from Carver High School in Columbia, Georgia. Pritchett also holds an offer from South Carolina.
UPDATE (1:10 PM)-
**2021 4-star athlete Damarius McGhee (Pensacola, Florida) announced his Top 12 and it includes West Virginia, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Tennessee, Louisville, Indiana, Georgia, Kentucky, NC State, UAB and South Florida. 247 Sports ranks McGhee as one of the Top 100 juniors in the country.
UPDATE (10:35 AM)-
**Another 4-star sophomore receives an offer from the WVU staff. 4-star 2022 defensive end Daniel Lyons (Homestead, Florida) got the news from West Virginia Wednesday night. Lyons (6’3″, 235), is rated as one of the Top 15 sophomore defensive ends in the country, and holds other offers from Arizona State, Arkansas, Baylor, Cincinnati, Florida, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Miami, Nebraska, Ole Miss, Penn State, Pitt and Rutgers.
— Daniel Lyons (@danielgoated_) October 2, 2019
UPDATE (10:10 AM)-
**2022 4-star wide receiver Shaleak Knotts (Monroe, North Carolina) receives an offer from West Virginia. Knotts (6’2″, 175) has also been offered by North Carolina, Miami, Penn State, Kentucky, Rutgers, Tennessee, Vanderbilt and Virginia and Virginia Tech. 247 Sports rates Knotts as the #2 sophomore in North Carolina and one of the Top 50 sophomores in the country.
UPDATE (9:50 AM)-
**West Virginia extends an offer to 2021 3-star linebacker Ja’Corey Hammett (6’3″, 205) from Northwestern High School in Miami, Florida. WVU extends this offer despite the fact that Hammett has been committed to Miami, Fla. since January. Hammett also holds Power 5 offers from Nebraska, Pitt and Tennessee.
UPDATE (8:11 AM)-
**2021 4-star linebacker Jaydon Hood from St. Thomas Aquinas High School (Fort Lauderdale, Florida) released his Top 10 and it included West Virginia.
— Jaydon hood (@JaydonHood_7) May 21, 2020