WVU Football is historically a soft landing for transfers. Head coach Neal Brown just squared away a fantastic addition to the team’s deeply struggling cornerback depth: Murray State’s redshirt sophomore Marcis Floyd.
He still has two seasons of eligibility after spending 30 games playing for the Racers. 2021 produced 40 tackles, a trio of sacks, and two interceptions from the the Louisville, Ky. native. He leaves Kentucky with 86 tackles, four TFLs, and the aforementioned duo of interceptions which knocked opponents back 117 yards.
— Marcis Floyd (@MarcisFloyd) December 24, 2021
He plans to enroll at West Virginia University in January and will join Daryl Porter Jr, Nicktroy Fortune, Andrew Wilson-Lamp, Charles Woods, and Naim Muhammad next season. Of note, Floyd will also be the third cornerback transfer that the Mountaineers have in the arsenal for 2022 (Woods from Illinois State and Muhammad from Fork Union Military Prep).