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WVU Football Flips 2025 Wake Forest WR Commit

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WVU Football WR recruit Teriq Mallory

WVU Football received a commitment from 2025 three-star wide receiver Teriq Mallory on Tuesday afternoon. Mallory was committed to Wake Forest before flipping to the Mountaineers.

“1000% committed,” Mallory wrote on social media.

Mallory (6-foot-5, 192 pounds) committed to Wake Forest on April 13. Over the weekend, WVU’s staff got Mallory on campus for an official visit, which ended up completing the flip from Wake Forest.

Mallory mentioned WVU WR coach Bilal Marshall in one of his posts on X (Twitter). Marshall has been Mallory’s lead recruiter, leveraging his portion as wide receivers coach and his standing as a former player.

Back in January, the New Haven, Connecticut native received an offer from the Mountaineers and then celebrated by talking with Tavon Austin.

“Just got off the phone with MY GOAT TAVON AUSTIN after being offered by WVU,” said Mallory at the time.

WVU was among the first major conference programs to show interest in Mallory, joining Connecticut, Maryland and Massachusetts at the time of the offer. While Rivals has awarded Mallory as a three-star wide receiver, other major recruiting outlets have his position more fluid and regarded as just an athlete.

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