WVU Basketball Recruiting
WVU Transfer Target Caleb Grill Commits to Missouri
Iowa State transfer Caleb Grill announced on Thursday afternoon that he will be committing to play his final year in college at Missouri. Grill visited West Virginia earlier in the week.
M-I-Z #committed 🐯 pic.twitter.com/jDB914FX10
— Caleb Grill (@caleb_grill0) April 20, 2023
Grill (6-foot-3) will be playing for his third school during his collegiate career. The Maize, KS. native began his career at Iowa State, before following TJ Otzelberger to UNLV for a season. Grill joined Otzelberger back at Iowa State once he got the head coaching job. Grill averaged 9.5 points and 4.0 rebounds during his senior year.
Grill shot 37 percent from three, having eight-made threes against Texas Tech and seven made against North Carolina. The senior guard has had eight games of five or more threes in a single game during his career. Grill left Iowa State’s program to due personal reasons in early March. Grill did state on social media that he needs to improve his mental health. Grill entered the transfer portal weeks later.
Grill has one year of eligibility remaining.
West Virginia currently stands with four transfers Jesse Edwards (C – Syracuse), Kerr Kriisa (G – Arizona), Jose Perez (G – Manhattan) and Omar Silverio (G – Manhattan). WVU and Pitt transfer John Hugley agreed to mutually cancel his visit this weekend after the Edwards land.