WVU Football Recruiting
WV Sports Now Recruiting Notebook: December 6
The WVU coaching staff continues to give scholarship offers, schedule visits and visit commits ahead of the Dec. 18 signing day.
Update 12:48 p.m.
**WVU commit Chris Mayo has been named the Prep Lineman of the Year by the Delaware Valley Chapter of the 12th Man TD Club. Mayo is a 2020 offensive line commit from the Peddi School in Richland, New Jersey who committed to West Virginia back in June.
Blessed to Be name the Prep lineman of the year!! @CoachMalleo @AthleticsPeddie pic.twitter.com/4vooaWAyD6
— Chris Mayo (@chris_mayo76) December 6, 2019
**2020 defensive end Simeon Barrow Jr. will be making a visit to West Virginia today. Barrow is a three-star prospect from Grovetown, Georgia currently committed to Michigan State.
Official to West Virginia Tomorrow📍‼️@WVUfootball
— Simeon Barrow Jr (@BarrowSimeon) December 6, 2019
**WVU offered 2021 defensive end Saivion Jones Thursday. Jones is from Saint James, Louisiana and has power five offers from Virginia, Kansas and Florida.
Proud to earn an offer from West Virginia University🙏🙏🙏!! pic.twitter.com/20M0Z3M4eo
— Saivion Jones (@SaivionJ) December 6, 2019
**WVU 2020 cornerback commit Jackie Matthews made a big play in the junior college national championship last night. Matthews’ Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College claimed victory over Lackawanna 24-13. Matthews made the game-sealing interception in the endzone at the end of the game.
Game sealing Interception thank you God 🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾 National Champs 💙 pic.twitter.com/lk8K8nzR89
— Jackie Matthews (@JackieMatthews_) December 6, 2019