WV Sports Now Recruiting Notebook: March 9
Stay updated on the latest news and notes on West Virginia Football and Basketball with our daily WV Sports Now Recruiting Notebook. When West Virginia makes an offer, gets a visitor and anything dealing with West Virginia recruiting, you’ll find out about it in the Notebook.
UPDATE (2:22 PM)-
**Another big-time junior visited West Virginia over the weekend. 2021 4-star wide receiver Kaden Prather from Northwest High School in Germantown, Maryland made the drive to Morgantown. Prather (6’3″, 210) has a big-time offer list that includes Alabama, Maryland, Penn State, Auburn, Florida State, Virginia Tech, Michigan, Pitt, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas A&M.
UPDATE (12:25 PM)-
**We’ve confirmed a second sophomore that will be visiting West Virginia this coming weekend. 2022 quarterback Amare Jenkins from Dublin Scioto High School in Dublin, Ohio will make an unofficial visit on Friday.
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— Amare Jenkins (@AmareJenkins7) February 14, 2020
UPDATE (10:45 AM)-
**West Virginia will be getting a visit this coming weekend from 2022 linebacker Dimir Thomas from Marion-Franklin High School in Columbus, Ohio.
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— Dimir Thomas (@DimirThomas) January 30, 2020
UPDATE (10:35 AM)-
**2021 3-star wide receiver Jaylen Jones spent the weekend in Morgantown making an unofficial visit. Jones (6’1″, 185) is from Thomas Jefferson High School in Richmond, Virginia and has an offer list from Duke, Pitt, Virginia, Wake Forest, Liberty and William & Mary.
UPDATE (10:26 AM)-
*Over the weekend, West Virginia received an unofficial visit from 2022 wide receiver Kaden Saunders from Westerville, Ohio. Saunders is one of the top sophomore wide outs in the country as he already holds offers from West Virginia, Penn State, Notre Dame, Michigan, Louisville, Michigan State, Pitt, Indiana, Minnesota, Nebraska and Purdue.