The West Virginia Sports Now Daily Notebook is a daily recap of news concerning West Virginia Football and Basketball.
Update (10:42 PM) –
** West Virginia football offered 2024 wide receiver Peter Gonzalez (6-foot-2, 195 pounds) on Monday. This will be the fifth offer Gonzalez has received thus far. He has offers from Central Michigan, Eastern Kentucky, Penn State and Wisconsin.
Beyond Blessed to receive an offer from West Virginia University 🟡🔵 @CoachWright37 @Tony_TDUB @PCC_FOOTBALL @flem021 @RivalsFriedman @210ths @BrianDohn247 @Evolve2tenths @DemetricDWarren pic.twitter.com/iv1fAq982g
— Peter Gonzalez (@Petergonzalez70) February 28, 2022
Update (8:01 PM) –
** West Virginia football offered three-star 2023 wide receiver Harvey Broussard III (6-foot-4, 180 pounds) on Monday. Broussard (St. Martinville, Louisiana) has offers from 23 schools in Arkansas, Arkansas State, Baylor, Cincinnati, Colorado, Hawaii, Houston, Kansas, Louisiana, Louisiana Tech, Louisville, Maryland, Memphis, Mississippi State, Penn State, Purdue, Southern Miss, Tulane, UCF, Virginia, West Virginia, Grambling State and Northwestern State.
— Harvey Broussard lll (@HarveyBroussar2) February 28, 2022
Update (3:01 PM) –
** West Virginia football offered a scholarship to four-star 2023 wide receiver Kevin Concepcion (5-foot-11, 175 pounds). The top prospect ranking websites differ on Concepcion. Rivals has given him the four-star rating and lists him at the previously stated height/weight. However, 247Sports lists him as a three-star recruit, but has him slightly taller (6-foot) and slender (170 pounds). ESPN doesn’t have him ranked and goes with the same height/weight as 247Sports. Both 247Sports (14th) and Rivals (8th) have him ranked among the top 15 recruits in the state of North Carolina.
Concepcion plays at Julius L. Chambers High School in Charlotte, North Carolina. He currently has 18 offers from Boston College, Charlotte, Coastal Carolina, Duke, East Carolina, Florida State, Louisville, Marshall, Maryland, Mississippi State, NC State, North Carolina, Old Dominion, Penn State, Vanderbilt, Wake Forest and West Virginia.
Blessed to receive a division 1 offer to the West Virginia University 💙💛 @Tony_TDUB @SWiltfong247 @BrianDohn247 @HawkMgmt @adamgorney @DemetricDWarren @CoachLashSr @CoachQwright @TheCoachLj @iKingGreen @iAmWatkins pic.twitter.com/t6Ar4HzHT0
— Kevin Concepcion (@Kcthekid2) February 28, 2022