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WVU Basketball Lands Commitment from 2024 G Dylan Jay



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West Virginia has picked up a commitment from 2024 guard Dylan Jay on Friday afternoon. Jay announced his decision over social media.

Jay (6-foot-4) becomes a surprise commitment for Darian DeVries and the Mountaineers. Jay wrapped up his high school play at Phhoenix Prep, the same team where former WVU signee Carmelo Adkins played.

West Virginia now has 12 people on the roster with the addition of Jay. Jay joins KJ Tenner (G) and Jonathan Powell (G) as the third 2024 prospect to join the Mountaineers. 

West Virginia has 11 signed players for the 2024-25 season, the first of DeVries. WVU’s coaching staff has put together a group of eight transfer portal recruits, two high school senior commits and a returning sophomore Ofri Naveh.

Here are the transfer additions the Mountaineers have made this offseason: Tucker DeVries (G – Drake), Sencire Harris (G – Illinois), Amani Hansberry (F – Illinois), Toby Okani (F – UIC), Eduardo Andre (C – Fresno State), Javon Small (G – Oklahoma State), Joseph Yesufu (G – Washington State) and Jayden Stone (G).

The staff hosted Sacramento State transfer forward Duncan Powell on Wednesday and Thursday for a visit.



  1. Greg

    June 7, 2024 at 9:12 pm

    PWO? No mention on any WVU site.

  2. Twig

    June 8, 2024 at 8:42 pm

    A couple more six-foot guards and this roster will be set!

  3. jackson five

    June 10, 2024 at 12:56 pm

    with the NIL and transfer portal,, there is no limit on the number of players on a basketball team,, big donors can pay the way for as many players as the school wants, and will be legal right now..just call them a G league like the pros… and why not college football,,,let the donors pay the way of players above the 85 ,, as long as you have donors with deep pockets, like ohio state, penn state, texas, texas am,notre dame,USC , michigan,,,,, there is now, no rules in college sports, so why not take advantage of it, as long as you got big donors

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