While Neal Brown is busy working to fix the present of the West Virginia football program, he also still has his eyes on the future too.
Brown was in attendance to watch the prized top commit Rodney Gallagher in action on Friday night. Gallagher and his Laurel Highlands Mustangs team were on the road taking on McKeesport.
WVU head coach Neal Brown in the house tonight to watch Laurel Highlands star Rodney Gallagher, who will be a Mountaineer next season.
Also, I think my candid camera skills need work. pic.twitter.com/cvyZKrvCb3
— Steve Rotstein (@SteveRotstein) September 16, 2022
The Laurel Highlands High School product is widely considered the top senior in Western Pennsylvania. He’s also the top ranked recruit of the Neal Brown era and the sixth-highest rated recruit in WVU history, according to 247Sports’ recruiting services.
Through two games prior to Friday night, Gallagher now has eight total touchdowns for Laurel Highlands (1-1). Gallagher caught four touchdown passes and took a fumble for another score in a 50-6 win over Uniontown in Week 1.