WVU Football Recruiting
WVU Gets 2021 Committment from 2021 QB Will Crowder
West Virginia has its quarterback in the Class of 2021. Quarterback Will “Goose” Crowder announced his commitment to WVU via his Twitter on Tuesday.
God Bless, COMMITTED!!!! @NealBrown_WVU #TakeMeHome21#TrustTheClimb pic.twitter.com/wmoCWnDXj6
— Will “Goose” Crowder (@_crowder18) April 7, 2020
Crowder (6-foot-3, 192 lbs.) is from Gardendale, Alabama. He is rated as a three-star recruit by both 247Sports and Rivals. Both outlets have Crowder as the top quarterback from Alabama in the 2021 class.
West Virginia has been in on Crowder for a while, offering him on Dec. 4, 2019. Crowder visited Morgantown on Jan. 21.
GREAT time in Morgantown this past weekend! #HailWV #Mountaineers @NealBrown_WVU @CoachSeanReagan pic.twitter.com/PpZYHHczYZ
— Will “Goose” Crowder (@_crowder18) January 22, 2020
Crowder chose WVU over offers from Appalachian State, Arkansas State, Boise State, Georgia Tech, Iowa State, Kentucky, Liberty, Louisiana, Memphis, South Alabama, Troy, Tulane, UAB, USF, Vanderbilt, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest.
Crowder’s commitment comes two days after WVU missed making the top four of four-star quarterback Christian Veilleux.
WVU’s coaches seemed excited by Crowder’s commitment on Twitter this morning.
Let’s Go! #TrustTheClimb
— Neal Brown (@NealBrown_WVU) April 7, 2020
MOOD: When Mountaineer Nation adds another Baller to the Family 💙💛!!! Let’s Goooooooooooooo#TrustTheClimb pic.twitter.com/vZZZnfnWdd
— Jahmile Addae (@Coach_Addae) April 7, 2020
Crowder is WVU’s fifth verbal commit in the 2021 class, joining tackle Wyatt Milum, receiver Andrew Wilson-Lamp, tight end Victor Wikstrom and safety Saint McLeod.