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WVU OL Ja’Quay Hubbard Makes Promise About His Final Season



WVU Football OL Ja'Quay Hubbard

Knowing 2024 will be his last season at WVU, offensive lineman Ja’Quay Hubbard is making a promise to Mountaineer Nation.

Hubbard promises what fans want more than anything from the players on their favorite team – to give his full effort. “I can’t believe my last season is approaching. I promise my team and this state I am going to give it everything I got plus more,” said Hubbard on X (Twitter) on Wednesday.

The Hermitage, Pennsylvania native’s proclamation comes three weeks after he fully committed to return for one final season. Hubbard joined many of his fellow lineman in agreeing to a deal with WVU’s NIL collective Country Roads Trust. He then responded to the Trust announcing his new deal with the words “last ride” on top of a GIF.

Hubbard’s promise now adds even more fuel to the expectations for the Mountaineers in 2024.

WVU Secures Another Member of Offensive Line for 2024

Nick Malone, Jay Williams IV and Nick Krahe also have new deals with West Virginia’s NIL collective Country Roads Trust in place. Those three joined fellow offensive lineman Wyatt Milum and Tomas Rimac to keep most of WVU’s strong line together.

Keeping as much of the line intact is obviously a big deal for an offense led by its ground game, both with the quarterback and running backs. As expected, center Zach Frazierwill be pursuing the NFL in the upcoming NFL Draft as he recovers from surgery.

Most importantly, Garrett Greene, Jahiem White, Kole Taylor, Traylon Ray and Rodney Gallagher will also remain stars of the offense. There are others locked in as well.

For a related story, Mike Asti explains why keeping core players was the top priority for WVU this off-season.

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