WVSN Notebook 5/26: WVU Football Adds Transfer, Basketball Big Weekend Ahead
The West Virginia Sports Now Daily Notebook is a daily recap of news concerning WVU Athletics.
Update (7:18 PM) –
Lloyd Irvin (6-foot-3, 175 pounds), a class of 2024 CB from Maryland, has an official visit with WVU scheduled for next weekend.
Official Visit #1 next weekend !! @WVUfootball @Backendcoach12 #AlmostHeaven #Gomountaineers pic.twitter.com/v0QbAU40qi
— Lloyd Irvin III (@LloydReacts) May 26, 2023
Update (3:48 PM) –
The WVU women’s basketball program announced the signing of a player.
We are excited to announce we have signed Danelle Arigbabu! Welcome to #AlmostHeaven! 🗻
🖊 Danelle Arigbabu
📍 Berlin, Germany
📰 https://t.co/iUheSsXjnO#HailWV pic.twitter.com/cnvmm9LO4w
— WVU Women's Basketball (@WVUWBB) May 26, 2023
Update (2:54 PM) –
Former Marshall WR EJ Horton competes his transfer by signing with WVU.
Update (12:36 PM) –
West Virginia is hosting Tennessee transfer forward Olivier Nkamhoua beginning on Saturday.
Update (9:30 AM) –
Class of 2025 RB Evan Toth (5-foot-8, 170 pounds) from New Jersey posts that he will be attending WVU football camp.
Next week starts camp season. Love competing and pushed to be better. Looking forward to meeting and working with the coaches. #classof2025 #WhateverItTakes #Allin @bbakerwatson @metuchenhsfoot1 @UMassFootball @Delaware_FB @WVUfootball @RFootball @MUHawksFB @Pitt_FB @FDUFootball pic.twitter.com/NkWZaZnkUe
— Evan Toth (@EvanToth8) May 26, 2023
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