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West Virginia Sports Now Recruiting Notebook: May 3



WVSN WVU Recruiting Notebook

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.

**West Virginia has missed the top five for wide receiver JJ Jones.

Jones (6-foot0-4, 195 lbs.) is the son of former WVU running back Jon Jones. The elder Jones rushed for 1,353 yards and 11 touchdowns as a Mountaineer from 1990-93. The younger Jones had WVU in his top ten as late as last month but has Mississippi State, Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee and South Carolina as his final schools.

**Three-star athlete Tyreek Chappell has put WVU in his top five.

Chappell (5-foot-11, 177 lbs.) is a wide receiver/cornerback from Philadelphia. Both 247Sports and rivals have Chappel as a top-25 prospect. in Pa. Also in his top five are Tennessee, Texas A&M, Pitt and Michigan.

**West Virginia had made the top five for Florida tight end Weston Wolff.

Wolff (6-foot-5, 215 lbs.) is a 2021 three-star prospect from Venice, Florida. West Virginia offered Wolff on March 18. Also in his top five are Northwestern, Miami, Maryland and Central Florida.

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