With the regular season now over, head coach Neal Brown and the WVU coaching staff are kicking into high gear on the recruiting trail ahead of the Dec. 18 signing day. Several coaches have already made in-home visits to some of the 2020 recruits with more planned for this week. The WVU is also still making offers to recruits beyond the 2020 class.
Update 7:22 p.m.
**West Virginia has offered another four-star 2021 recruit in Kaemen Marley. Marley, an athlete from Ramseur, North Carolina, plays running back and quarterback. He has offers from Wake Forest, Virginia Tech, Texas A&M, South Carolina, Ohio State, North Carolina, NC State, Florida and East Carolina.
Blessed to receive my 11th offer from West Virginia university 🙏🏾💯 pic.twitter.com/dYTxumLgtv
— Kaemen Marley (@Kaemen_Marley) December 4, 2019
Update 6:34 p.m.
**WVU offered 2022 linebacker TJ Dudley this afternoon. Dudley, a four-star recruit from Montgomery, Alabama, has power five offers from Auburn, Georgia Tech, Illinois, Indiana and Mississippi State.
#AG2G Beyond Blessed to receive an offer from West Virginia University 🔵🟡@kirkjuice32 @MCPKnightsFB @WVUfootball @coachalpogue @Keith247Sports @247Sports @ChadSimmons_ #HailWV #TrustTheClimb pic.twitter.com/BO7saQcix4
— Tj “6ull” Dudley (@HollywoodHtu) December 3, 2019
** 2020 cornerback commit Jackie Matthews told WVSN that he is going to enroll early at WVU in January. Matthews is a three-star JUCO commit from Mississippis Gulf Coast Community College.
Update 6:00 p.m.
**West Virginia offered four-star 2021 defensive end Zaire Patterson from Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Patterson has power five offers from South Carolina, Duke, Florida, NC State, North Carolina, Syracuse, Virginia, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest.
— Zaire Patterson (@zay_gotnext) December 3, 2019
Update 1:40 p.m.
**West Virginia also offered a preferred walk-on spot to Martinsburg wide receiver Jarod Bowie. Bowie also has offers from Fairmont State, Glennville State and the University of Charleston.
— Jarod bowie (@jarod_bowie_1) December 2, 2019
Update 1:26 p.m.
**WVU offered McGuffey wide receiver CJ Cole out of Claysville, Pennsylvania a preferred walk-on spot this morning. Cole visited WVU for the Oklahoma State game and also picked up a preferred walk-on offer from Pitt this morning.
— CJ Cole (@CJ_Cole11) December 3, 2019
**On Sunday Brown and co-offensive coordinator Matt Moore visited 2020 offensive line commit Chris Mayo in New Jersey. Mayo is a four-star recruit from Highstown, New Jersey who committed to WVU in June.
— Chris Mayo (@chris_mayo76) December 1, 2019
**On Monday Brown and receivers coach Xavier Dye were at the house of 2020 athlete David Vincent-Okoli in Maryland. Vincent-Okoli is a wide receiver/cornerback athlete, but the presence of Dye on this visit suggests WVU may want him as a receiver. Vincent-Okoli is a four-star recruit from Gaithersburg, Maryland that committed to WVU in June.
Family is everything ❤️ pic.twitter.com/vY5Y7nMXie
— David Vincent Okoli 🇳🇬 (@dattboidavid) December 2, 2019
**2020 defensive line commit Quay Mays told WVSN that WVU defensive line coach Jordan Lesley will be visiting his house on Wednesday, Dec. 4. Mays is a three-star junior college player from Northwest Mississippi Community College.
**2020 wide receiver commit Devell Washington told WVSN that Dye will be visiting him on Thursday, Dec. 5. Washington is a three-star prospect from Bay City, Michigan.
**West Virginia offered 2023 wide receiver prospect Dakota Patterson on Sunday.
Blessed to receive my 2nd D1 offer from WVU! pic.twitter.com/az8QwV9ao4
— Dakota Patterson (@Dj_pattersonn) December 2, 2019
Patterson is from Corbin High School in Corbin, Kentucky and has one other offer, from the University of Kentucky.