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WVU Hosts A Number of Recruits for Senior Day

Cody Nespor

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This weekend, West Virginia hosted several recruits for their final home game of the season, a loss to Oklahoma State.

Noah Beaudrie is a 2021 quarterback prospect from Erie-Mason High School in Erie, Michigan.

Damari Alston is a 2022 running back from Woodward Academy in College Park, Georgia. Alston holds offers from WVU, Toledo, Kent State and Georgia Southern.

Andrew Adair and Noah Williams are 2021 offensive linemen from Kettle Run High School in Nokesville, Virginia. Adair is an interior lineman while Williams plays tackle. They both also play on the defensive line.

Several recruits from West Virginia were in attendance Saturday, including Jackson and Caden Briser and Shawn See from Keyser High School, David Blanco and Nick Marley from Frankfort High School and Preston Fox from Morgantown High School.

Jackson Briser is a 2020 linebacker/tight end, Caden Briser is a 2021 running back/linebacker and See is a 2020 tackle.

Blanco is a 2020 lineman and Marley is a 2020 running back.

Fox is a 2020 wide receiver/defensive back.

Gavin Irons is a 2021 center/defensive end out of Cathedral Prep in Erie, Pennsylvania.

Clay Games is a 2021 quarterback from Elizabethtown High School in Kentucky.

Scott Renfroe is a 2021 kicker from Pike Liberal Arts High School in Troy, Alabama.

Onias Outlaw is a 2021 linebacker/wide receiver from George School in Newtown, Pennsylvania.

Khari Jackson is a 2020 cornerback/wide receiver from Suffield Academy in Connecticut.

Brock Bagozzi is a 2020 quarterback out of Salvoy High School in Salvoy, New York.

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Cody is currently a second-year graduate student at West Virginia University studying journalism. His graduate research focuses on the effects newspaper closures have on local communities. He graduated from Slippery Rock University in 2018 with a degree in digital media production. He was born and raised in Mercer, Pennsylvania.

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