UPDATE – 7 p.m.
Morgantown native Athena Young was named the SEC freshman of the week. Young finished sixth overall, first among freshmen, in her collegiate debut at the Commodore Classic as the University of Kentucky team took first place.
— UK Track & Field (@KentuckyTrack) September 22, 2020
UPDATE – 3:50 p.m.
WVU will resume in-person classes starting on Monday, the university announced earlier today.
We will resume in-person undergraduate classes on our Morgantown campus starting Monday, Sept. 28.
— WVU Mountaineers (@WestVirginiaU) September 23, 2020
UPDATE – 3:16 p.m.
It appears another Huntington High alum is on the move. According to a report by 247Sports’ Chris Anderson, WVU walk-on Brocton Blair has entered his name into the NCAA transfer portal.
— Chris Anderson (@CMAnderson247) September 23, 2020
UPDATE – 2:30 p.m.
West Virginia native Billy Ross has entered his name into the transfer portal, according to rivals. Ross signed with North Carolina coming out of Huntington in 2017. He redshirted his first season in Chapel Hill and then started in 11 games in 2018 and nine in 2019.
2017 3-star OL Billy Ross has entered the transfer portal after starting 11 games in 2018 at RG and playing in 9 games last season at #UNC @rivalsmike @RivalsWoody@HeelIllustratedhttps://t.co/koDt7gReor
— NCAA Transfer Portal (@RivalsPortal) September 23, 2020
UPDATE – 1:30 p.m.
2021 offensive tackle Rayvon Crum has committed to North Texas. West Virginia had offered Crum on July 7 and had reached out to him as recently as Sept. 11.
Crum (6-foot-5, 325lbs.) is a three-star offensive tackle from Pinson Valley in Alabama. Other than NT and WVU, Crum had offers from Arizona State, East Carolina, Georgia Tech, Kansas, Louisiana-Lafayette, Central Florida and South Florida, among others.
— BIG CRUM 6️⃣0️⃣ (@rayvon_crum) September 23, 2020
UPDATE (9:10 AM)-
**2023 offensive tackle Samuel Okunlola (6’5″, 300) from Thayer Academy in Brockton, Massachusetts received an offer from West Virginia on Tuesday night. Okunlola also holds offers from Boston College, Colorado, Tennessee and Morgan State.
UPDATE – 7 a.m.
Wyoming County rivals Westside and Wyoming East play football on Tuesday in Clear Fork, with the Renegades coming out on top 57-32.
— Matt Digby (@DigbyMatt) September 23, 2020