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**West Virginia has missed the top five for wide receiver JJ Jones.
Top 5!🤩 (No Interviews) pic.twitter.com/JRpvKNvAyS
— JJ JONES (@jjjones_5) May 3, 2020
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.
— 2 dos (@chappell_tyreek) May 2, 2020
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.
TOP 5‼️ Very blessed to be in this position🙏🏼 pic.twitter.com/baTlEj4VDe
— Weston Wolff (@WestonWolff2021) May 2, 2020
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.