WVU Football Recruiting
WVU Safeties Coach Dontae Wright Visits with 2023 4-Star Braedyn Moore
West Virginia is wasting no time in making their interest in recruits who have de-committed from Cincinnati clear.
The Mountaineers have been pursuing players at just about every position that were once locked in with the Bearcats, but have since pulled their commitment in light of Luke Fickell’s departure to become the head coach at Wisconsin. Players often agree to go to a school to play for a coach, making this change enough reason for four-star safety Braedyn Moore to open up his recruiting.
Reaching out and showing interest is one thing, but making a personal visit to the player’s home is another. And WVU safeties coach Dontae Wright did just that on Wednesday. Moore posted a picture of Wright at his house with his family on Twitter.
Great home visit with my guy @CoachWright37 ! @WVUfootball pic.twitter.com/w2PFG3daxV
— Braedyn Moore (@BraedynMoore) December 8, 2022
Landing Moore would do wonders for rebuilding the WVU secondary, which was one of the team’s weaker units throughout the 2022 season. Moore is listed as the number 12 Ohio player by 247 Sports and number 15 by Rivals. Moore has about 15 offers on the table, including from programs like Boston College, Illinois, Minnesota and Pitt.