West Virginia’s coaching staff has been busy this week, making in-home visits to several 2020 commits and also making offers to future prospects.
Update 5:49 p.m.
**WVU has offered four-star 2021 receiver Bralon Brown from Chaminade-Madonna Prep in Hollywood, Florida. Brown has power five offers from Wisconsin, Vanderbilt, Purdue, Pitt, Penn State, Nebraska, Minnesota, Michigan, Miami, Maryland, Kentucky, Indiana, Georgia Tech, Auburn.
— Bralon Brown (@bralonbrown11) December 4, 2019
**West Virginia has offered 2020 defensive end Kershawn Fisher from Slidell, Louisiana. Fishers is a three-star prospect from Northshore High School with division I offers from Kansas State, Kansas, Louisiana Tech, Air Force Arkansas State, Louisiana, Louisiana-Monroe, Middle Tennessee State, South Alabama and UTSA.
— K 2 0🎒 (@lahfleek9) December 4, 2019
Update 4:47 p.m.
**WVU has made another offer a Rockledge player, 2023 athlete De’quan Davis. Davis plays wide receiver and has one other offer from Tennessee.
Blessed to receive a offer from university of West Virginia 🙏@WVUfootball @CoachYounger14 @raheim_sanders @Rian_J_Black @almighty__Tenn5 @zacharylovett10 @RockFootball1 @Rivals @247Sports pic.twitter.com/9ygHH8WKT3
— De'quan Davis (@DequanDavis6) December 4, 2019
Update 4:38 p.m.
**West Virginia has offered another 2021 four-star prospect in Dallas Turner from Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Turner (6-foot-3, 222 lbs.) is a defensive end from American Heritage High School. He has power five offers from Florida, Baylor, Florida State, Georgia, Kentucky, LSU, Maryland, Miami, Minnesota, Oregon, Penn State, Pitt, Rutgers, South Carolina, Syracuse and Tennessee.
— Dallas Turner (@UnoErra) December 4, 2019
**WVU has also offered Turner’s teammate at American Heritage, 2022 cornerback Earl Little Jr. Little has offers from LSU, Miami, NC State, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Syracuse.
— Earl Little Jr (@EarlLittleJr1) December 4, 2019
Update 4:27 p.m.
**West Virginia is going after another offensive lineman in Tennessee guard Noah Josey. Josey is a three-star 2021 prospect from Brentwood Academy. He has offers from Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Georgia, Kentucky, LSU, Michigan, Michigan State, Middle Tennessee State, Missouri, Ole Miss, Penn State, Purdue, Syracuse, Vanderbilt, Virginia and Virginia Tech.
— Noah Josey (@NoahJosey) December 4, 2019
Update 4:18 p.m.
**West Virginia has offered 2021 four-star receiver James BlackStrain. BlackStrain is from Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy in Cocoa, Florida. He has power five offers from Florida, Georgia, Sout Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Baylor, Duke, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisville, LSU, North Carolina, Penn State, Pitt, Purdue, Rutgers, Syracuse, Vanderbilt and Virginia.
— James BlackStrain (@_JBlackStrain) December 4, 2019
Update 4:13 p.m.
**WVU has offered 2020 junior college cornerback Lakevias Daniel from Jone County Junior College. Daniel originally committed to Ole Miss but reopened his recruitment in at the beginning of the month. Daniel is a three-star prospect with two years of eligibility remaining. He has offers from ole Miss, Grambling State, Hampton, Illinois, Louisianna-Monroe, Mississippi Valley State and Tennessee.
— Lakevias Daniel 9️⃣ (@Lakevias1) December 4, 2019
Update 3:52 p.m.
**Neal Brown made an in-home visit to 2020 quarterback commit Garrett Greene in Florida. Green is from Tallahassee, Florida and was one of Brown’s first commits, committing to WVU in March. He made visits to WVU for home games against both NC State and Texas.
— Garrett Greene (@garrett3greene) December 4, 2019
Update 3:41 p.m.
**WVU went back to Rockledge, Florida this morning to offer a pair of wide receivers, Rian Black and Raheim Sanders.
Sanders (6-foot-2, 210 lbs.) is a 2021 prospect with offers from Charlotte, Cincinnati, Florida Atlantic, Indiana, Louisville, Memphis, Temple and Virginia.
Blessed To Receive A Offer From West Virginia ⛰🙇🏾♂️ @WVUfootball @CoachChadScott @SGasperWVU @CoachYounger14 @coachkd15 @bryansanders332 @teejay_ihoop @Jayhawkpride3 @almighty__Tenn5 @Rian_J_Black @zacharylovett10 @AJ_Hall_20 pic.twitter.com/JoFkNBmIaq
— Raheim Sanders🚶🏾♂️ (@raheim_sanders) December 4, 2019
Black (6-foot-0, 188 lbs.) is a 2022 prospect with offers from Charlotte, Cincinnati, Florida Atlantic, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Miami and Pitt.
Blessed to receive an offer from the University of West Virginia ⛰🟡 @CoachYounger14 @CoachPruzinsky @coachkd15 @247Sports @WVUfootball @CoachChadScott @supermanv321 @almighty__Tenn5 @DemetricDWarren #HailWV pic.twitter.com/21I0XHGepq
— Rian Black1️⃣ (@Rian_J_Black) December 4, 2019
Update 3:31 p.m.
**West Virginia offered another 2021 quarterback today, Will Crowder from Gardenale, Alabama. Crowder is a three-star prospect with offers from Arkansas, Southern Miss, Troy, UAB, Valdosta State and Campbell.
— Will “Goose” Crowder (@_crowder18) December 4, 2019
Update 3:18 p.m.
**West Virginia has offered 2021 linebacker Zachary Lovett from Rockledge, Florida. Lovett has offers from Purdue, Missouri, Miami, Kansas, Georgia Tech, Florida Atlantic, Cincinnati and Charlotte.
Thankful to receive a offer from the university of West Virginia ⛰🔶🔷@CoachChadScott @raheim_sanders @almighty__Tenn5 @mikealves676 @KenardSnyder @Rian_J_Black @getlive_avery @Jordanl16274064 @AJ_Hall_20 @gtb_tee @CoachYounger14 @coachkd15 @DemetricDWarren pic.twitter.com/KCFgSWcPj6
— Zachary Lovett🔟 (@zacharylovett10) December 4, 2019
Update 3:08 p.m.
**This morning WVU offered 2021 offensive tackle Michael McLaughlin. McLaughlin (6-foot-7, 255 lbs.) is from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Pompano Beach, Florida with offers from Miami, Florida State and Louisville.
— Michael McLaughlin (@mikemcl45) December 4, 2019
**Last night WVU made an offer to 2021 Seminole High School quarterback Timmy McClain. McClain is a three-star quarterback prospect from Sanford, Florida. He has other offers from Boston College, Charlotte, Kentucky, Louisville, Toledo and Central Florida.
— Q (@jahqueal9) December 4, 2019