WVU Football Recruiting
WV Sports Now Recruiting Notebook: March 21
**The Mountaineers make the top six for one of the top 2021 wide receivers in the country from Plantation High School in Florida.
📝@PHSColonelsFB @coachblack954 @CoachSteveDavis pic.twitter.com/w2P2Npj0Tw
— Jacolby George (@Jaco1byg) March 22, 2020
**West Virginia has offered 2022 defensive end Keon Wylie from Philadelphia.
Blessed to receive my 11th offer from West Virginia @CoachChadScott #WVU #Mountainers @TykSmith pic.twitter.com/lqKnOQpp56
— KeWyli5 (@KeonWylie) March 21, 2020
Just a sophomore at Imhotep right now, Wylie (6-foot-3, 205 lbs.) is currently an unrated prospect. He started gaining attention at the beginning of 2020, with his first Division-I offer coming from Pitt. Noe Wylie has offers from Akron, Boston College, Bowling Green, Central Michigan, Iowa State, UMass, Tennessee and Texas A&M.
**WVU has offered 2022 offensive tackle Gunner Givens from Daleville, Virginia.
Blessed to receive an offer from West Virginia #TNGS @CoachHarless55 @TNGridironScout @BrianDohn247 @Bigwill46798139 pic.twitter.com/FjwUS0WKVn
— Gunner Givens (@givens_gunner) March 21, 2020
Givens (6-foot-6, 275 lbs.) is rated as a four-star prospect by 247Sports. Other than WVU, Givens has power five offers from Flordia State, Georgia Tech, Louisville, NC State, Penn State, Pitt, South Carolina, Iowa State and Virginia.