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WVSN Notebook 7/3: A Bob Huggins Update, WVU Football Commit



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Update (8:00 PM) – 

Score a recruiting win for the WVU football program. Jay’Quan Bostic, a class of 2024 athlete out of Ohio, commits to West Virginia over a bunch of other Power 5 schools.

Bostic (6-foot-3, 180 pounds) has experience playing both wide receiver and defensive back at Taft High School in Cincinnati, Ohio. The rest of his top 6 included Cincinnati, Kentucky, Miami (FL), Michigan and Michigan State.

Versatile 2024 ATH Commits to WVU Football Over Other P5 Schools

Update (5:30 PM) – 

A player commits to WVU baseball program.

Update (4:30 PM) – 

Following former Mountaineers playing in the NBA Summer League.

Erik Stevenson, Taz Sherman Preparing for NBA Summer League

Update (11:30 AM) – 

Bob Huggins appeared in a Pittsburgh court today for his DUI charge and will be back in August for an arraignment.

Bob Huggins Appears in Court, Sets Up Formal Arraignment

Update (8:30 AM) – 

Former WVU baseball ace Alek Manoah finally had a solid start in the minor league as he hopes to get back to form and back to the Blue Jays.

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