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WV Sports Now Recruiting Notebook: January 16

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Over the past few days, West Virginia has been busy on the recruiting trail.

Update, 7:28 p.m.:

**Bryson Estes, a 2021 center prospect from McDonough, Georgia, has received an offer from West Virginia. A three-star prospect, he has offers from Coastal Carolina, Georgia State, Mississippi State, Nebraska and Penn State.

**Joshua Sales, a three-star offensive tackle prospect in the class of 2021, has been offered by WVU. The offer is his 10th, with West Virginia joining the likes of Indiana, Purdue, Ball State, Bowling Green, Central Michigan, Maryland, Ohio and Western Michigan.

**Beau Stephens, an offensive tackle from Blue Springs, Missouri, has received an offer from the Mountaineers. A three-star prospect in the class of 2021, Stephens also has offers from Arkansas, Iowa, Iowa State, Kansas, Kansas State, Louisville, Missouri and Oklahoma State.

Update, 1:29 p.m.:

**Bastian Swinney, a three-star offensive tackle prospect in the class of 2021, has received an offer from West Virginia. He also holds offers from California, Iowa State, Kansas, Kansas State, Michigan, Nebraska, Oklahoma State and TCU.

Update, 1:21 p.m.:

**Connor Tollison, a 2021 offensive tackle prospect, has received an offer from WVU. It is his fifth offer, following in the footsteps of Arkansas State, Iowa State, Louisville and Southeast Missouri State.

**Tyler Hibbler, a three-star safety in the class of 2021, received a scholarship offer from WVU. A native of St. Louis, he holds additional offers from Arkansas, Iowa State, Miami (OH) and Toledo.

**Barrett Carter, a four-star outside linebacker from Suwanee, Georgia, has picked up an offer from the Mountaineers. A member of the class of 2021, he has 48 total offers, including schools such as Alabama, Clemson, Georgia, Kansas, LSU, Michigan, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Pitt and TCU.

**Andrew Adair, an offensive line prospect in the class of 2021, will be in Morgantown on Sunday.

**Jax McCauley, an inside linebacker prospect in the 2020 class, is visiting WVU.

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