WVU Football Recruiting
WVU Cornerback Commit Mumu Bin-Wahad Named to All-State Team
The Grayson Rams in Loganville, Georgia went 14-0 in 2020, winning the Georgia 7-A state title, and junior defensive back Mumu Bin-Wahad was a big reason why.
The 6-foot-0, 180-pound cornerback played across Grayson’s secondary in 2020, recording 24 tackles and three tackles for loss and intercepted three passes and defended eight more in the Rams’ secondary. His nose for the ball and strong hands as a defensive back allowed Grayson’s defense to play more aggressively along the defensive line, knowing a ball-hawking corner was lurking in the secondary.
Recruit Georgia has now named Bin-Wahad a preseason 7-A All-State defensive back on the heels of his excellent junior season.
first team preseason all state… thankful and unsatisfied. https://t.co/0vh8JjhOfj
— The 1 🛸 (@TheMumuBinWahad) August 16, 2021
Bin-Wahad committed to WVU in June, riding his official visit to Morgantown on June 4 to his commitment. He’s been active on Twitter in showing his good relationship with fellow WVU 2022 commits like three-star athlete Christion Stokes, four-star quarterback Nicco Marchiol and four-star running back Justin Williams.
never let a hard time humble us… #Committed pic.twitter.com/HKj1zYsQMh
— The 1 🛸 (@TheMumuBinWahad) June 17, 2021
According to 247Sports, Bin-Wahad is the 780th-ranked recruit in the class of 2020. 247Sports rates him as the 56th-ranked cornerback and the 77th-ranked recruit from Georgia. Rivals rates him as the 63rd-ranked cornerback and the 68th-ranked recruit from Georgia.
As a senior leader for Grayson this season, Bin-Wahad will attempt to bring another state title home while continuing to serve as a ball-hawking cornerback in the secondary.