West Virginia has added another recruit to its 2021 class tonight with the commitment of Florida receiver Davis Mallinger.
After weighing everything out with my family and coaches I have decided to commit to West Virginia University. I appreciate every school and coaching staff that has recruited me. #Takemehome21 #HailWV #Trusttheclimb. pic.twitter.com/rwbvLxcl2d
— Davis Mallinger (@davismallinger1) October 2, 2020
Mallinger (6-foot-1, 176 lbs.) is rated as a three-star recruit by both 247Sports and rivals. Mallinger is from Cocoa, Florida and plays at Cocoa High School.
Mallinger’s recruiting seems to have picked up recently. Just since August, Mallinger picked up offers from WVU, UCF, Mississippi, South Carolina, Rutgers and Illinois. He also holds FBS offers from Florida International and Toledo.
Let’s Go x 2! Big time week in recruiting. #TrustTheClimb
— Neal Brown (@NealBrown_WVU) October 2, 2020
Mallinger is the 15th recruit to commit in WVU’s 2021 class. He is the second wide receiver, joining Andrew Wilson-Lamp from Ohio and Kaden Prather from Maryland.
Also committed are running backs Jaylen Anderson and Justin Johnson Jr., offensive linemen Tomas Rimac and Wyatt Milum, defensive ends Edward Vesterinen, Nijel McGriff, Brayden Dudley and Hammond Russell, tight ends Treylan Davis and Victor Wikstrom, quarterback Will Crowder and safety Saint McLeod.