WVSN Notebook 4/22: WVU WR C.J. Cole Recognized at Spring Game
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Update (5:30 PM) –
WVU WR C.J. Cole, a redshirt sophomore from Washington, Pennsylvania, wins the 2023 Tommy Nickolich Memorial Award. The Tommy Nickolich Memorial Award is presented to a walk-on player who has distinguished himself through his attitude and work ethic.
Update (12:40 PM) –
Morgantown High School wishes luck to their alums on the WVU football team ahead of the Spring game.
Good luck to Mohigan Alumni in the @WVUfootball Blue and Gold Game ‼️@NickMalone58 @P_fox21 @BiserCaden @JarrettLawrenc3 pic.twitter.com/jNRcvd2Ekk
— Morgantown Mohigan Football (@MohiganFootball) April 22, 2023
Update (8:30 AM) –
2025 5-star WVU target Cooper Flagg recorded 52 points and 12 rebounds in his first EYBL game this year. Flagg shot 16-of-18 from the field.
Flagg (6-foot-8) is regarded as a top-2 prospect in his class, holding notable offers from Duke, Iowa, Kansas State, Michigan, UCLA and West Virignia.
WVU head coach Bob Huggins has watched Flagg in-person multiple times in the last eight months.
WVU 2025 5-star target Cooper Flagg tonight:
• 52 Points
• 12 Rebounds
• 16/18 FG
— Ethan Bock (@ethanbock_) April 22, 2023
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