West Virginia has added a ninth member to its 2021 recruiting class this evening, with the commitment of defensive end Brayden Dudley.
I am officially 100% COMMITTED to West Virginia University @WVUfootball @NealBrown_WVU @CoachLesley_WVU @MC_Recruiting @RecruitGeorgia @MCFootballCoach @MCHawksOfSteel @coachjlovelady @JedHodges2 #iMpaCt @DASHGwinnett @IamJordanDudley pic.twitter.com/a2DBwR3mWx
— Brayden Dudley (@dudley_brayden) May 28, 2020
Dudley (6-foot-2, 255 lbs.) is out of Mill Creek High School in Hoschton, Georiga. He is rated as a three-star prospect by Rivals. Dudley picked up an offer from West Virginia at the end of January and visited WVU during the team’s junior day back in March.
Dudley also had offers from Air Force, Appalachian State, Bowling Green, East Carolina, Kent State, Liberty, Michigan State and Western Kentucky.
Dudley is the second defensive end to commit in the 2021 class, joining Hammond Russell from Ohio. WVU head coach Neal Brown has been aggressively recruiting defensive linemen in this year’s class.
Dudley is the ninth player commited to WVU’s 2021 recruiting class. He joins tight ends Treylan Davis and Victor Wikstrom, running back Jaylen Anderson, quarterback Will Crowder, Russell, tackle Wyatt Milum, receiver Andrew Wilson-Lamp and safety Saint McLeod.