West Virginia had a big weekend recruiting-wise. Other than four-star running back Lamy Constant de-committing, it was also a visit weekend at WVU, with multiple recruits and commits in town.
Update 8:35 p.m.
**2021 tight end Jack Pugh visited WVU over the weekend. Pugh is from Hillard, Ohio and has offers from Cincinnati, Iowa State, Pitt, Akron, Bowling Green, Kent State and Toledo.
— Jack Pugh (@JackPugh7) December 10, 2019
**Fellow Ohioan Darryl Peterson was also on campus over the weekend. Peterson is a three-star 2021 defensive end from Akron. He has offers from Pitt, Maryland Iowa State, Wisconsin, Akron and Alabama.
— Darryl Peterson (@_DPETERSON10) December 9, 2019
Update 3:08 p.m.
**West Virginia has offered 2022 running back Chase Gillespie from Tallahassee, Florida. Gillespie has offers from Florida International, Georgia Tech and South Alabama.
— Chase Gillespie (@guwop_chase) December 9, 2019
Update 12:05 p.m.
**2022 linebacker Ken Talley visited WVU this weekend. Talley is from Philadelphia and has offers from Penn State, Baylor, Florida, Maryland, Pitt, Temple and Virginia Tech.
— Ken Talley (@KenTalley12) December 9, 2019
Update 12:00 p.m.
**Aaron Gunn, a three-star offensive lineman from New Castle, Pennsylvania visited WVU this weekend. Gunn has offers from Kentucky, Louisville, Michigan State and Western Michigan.
Shining like a star ⭐️ pic.twitter.com/AZaREl0j4f
— Aaron gunn (@Aarongunn13) December 8, 2019
Update 11:52 a.m.
**2021 athlete Tyreek Chappell visited WVU this weekend. The three-star prospect from Philadelphia has offers from Baylor, Pitt, Rutgers, Syracuse, Temple, and Wake Forest.
— 2 dos (@chappell_tyreek) December 9, 2019
Golden Boy… pic.twitter.com/16IT7Si7m3
— 2 dos (@chappell_tyreek) December 8, 2019
Update 11:45 a.m.
**Swedish tight end Victor Wikstrom visited WVU this weekend. Wikstrom is a three-star prospect who committed to WVU in July.
— victor wikström (@victor_wikstrom) December 9, 2019
— victor wikström (@victor_wikstrom) December 8, 2019
Update 11:40 a.m.
**WVU picked up a commitment over the weekend, 2020 long snapper Austin Brinkman. Brinkman is from Bel Air, Maryland.
1000% COMMITTED 💛💙 Thank you to everyone that has helped me get to this point!! Couldn’t have done it without you all!! pic.twitter.com/KishEDaLrF
— Austin Brinkman (@b17_austin) December 6, 2019
Update 11:27 a.m.
**2020 junior college cornerback Lakevias Daniel visited WVU this weekend. Daniel was committed to Ole Miss before re-opening his recruitment on Dec. 2.
“Welcome To My Island 🌴⚡️” pic.twitter.com/v3BFXEPNj3
— Lakevias Daniel 9️⃣ (@Lakevias1) December 8, 2019
I’m tryna break the internet with this one 🥶⚡️… West Virginia was good to me 💛 pic.twitter.com/DFnyYIchVs
— Lakevias Daniel 9️⃣ (@Lakevias1) December 9, 2019
Update 11:19 a.m.
**West Virginia offered 2021 wide receiver Chauncey Magwood over the weekend. Magwood is a three-star prospect from Leesburg, Georgia. He has offers from Georgia Tech, Indiana, Michigan, Nebraska, Pitt, Tennessee and Vanderbilt.
— PHENOM 7👺 (@illest_magg) December 8, 2019
Update 11:14 a.m.
**2020 cornerback Daryl Porter Jr. visited WVU this weekend. Porter is a three-star prospect from Fort. Lauderdale, Florida. He has offers from Utah, Washington State, Ole Miss, TCU, Baylor, Boston College, Indiana, Iowa State, Louisville, Minnesota, Penn State, Rutgers and Vanderbilt.
— Daryl Porter Jr. (@darylpii) December 9, 2019
Porter will make his decision on where to go on Dec. 11.
I will be Committing on my Mother’s Birthday! December 11th! 🙏🏽
— Daryl Porter Jr. (@darylpii) December 8, 2019
Update 11:04 a.m.
**Three-star 2020 defensive end Wesley Bailey made a visit to WVU this weekend. Bailey is from Orleans, Ontario and attends Clearwater Academy International in Clearwater, Florida. He has offers from Illinois, Minnesota, Kansas State, Central Florida, Virginia Tech and Washington State.
Had an amazing time this past weekend in Morgantown📍!! Huge thank you goes to @CoachLesley_WVU @Coach_Addae @NealBrown_WVU and the West Virginia staff for having me!! @CoachJesse18 pic.twitter.com/gnBETiYSpe
— Wesley Bailey (@wesfresh23) December 8, 2019
Update 10:54 a.m.
**2020 defensive end Eddie Watkins made a visit to WVU this weekend. The three-star prospect from Evergreen, Alabama has offers from Georgia Tech, Central Florida, Indiana, Kentucky, Memphis and Ole Miss.
— Big Eddie🐍💔 (@Dareal_ed) December 8, 2019
Special teams coach Blake Seiler and linebackers coach Al Pogue visited Watkins earlier in the week.
— Big Eddie🐍💔 (@Dareal_ed) December 2, 2019
**Broderick Wisecarver, a four-star 2021 offensive lineman from St. Louis visited this weekend. West Virginia offered Wisecarver on Sept. 30 and he also has offers from Indiana, Iowa State, Kentucky and Louisville.
— Broderick Wisecarver (@bwise9869) December 8, 2019