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WVU Women’s Basketball Lands in Top 10 for Talented 2025 F

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WVU Women's Basketball lands in top 10 for talented Class of 2025 forward Logyn Greer

WVU women’s basketball continues to make in-roads on the recruiting trail, as they placed in the top 10 schools for a talented Class of 2025 forward.

Logyn Greer, a 6-foot-4 forward who plays for Friends Central School in Wynnewood, Pa., a suburb bordering Philadelphia, placed the Mountaineers in her top 10 in an Instagram post back on Jan. 22.

Along with WVU women’s basketball, she has four other Big 12 schools in her top 10 in Arizona State, Baylor, Colorado and Kansas State, Big Ten schools in Michigan and Michigan State, as well as Cal, George Mason and Ole Miss. Schools that missed out on her top 10 that had offered her include Pitt, Penn State, UCF, Virginia Tech and many others.

Greer uses her size and length to her benefit throughout her game. She is able to score down low and grab rebounds like any power forward, but works best as a point-forward. She has great court vision, as she is able to pick out any teammate from her pass in any area on the floor. Pair this along with a great mid-range jumper and you have an incredible talent that makes it hard for defenses to account for everything she brings to the court every time she plays.

Greer has an older brother, Earle “EJay” Greer, who is currently playing for Bowling Green in the MAC. Both of her parents played in high school, with her father, Earle Greer Sr., scoring 1,556 points for East Stroudsburg, ensuring his place in their athletics hall of fame, and her mother Reanie (Holmes) Greer starring for Scotland School for Veterans’ Children in Chambersburg, Pa.

WVU women’s basketball also made a top list of schools for another player in the Class of 2025 in guard Caliyah DeVillasee. DeVillasee, who ESPN HoopGurlz ranks as the No. 40 player in the country in her class, placed them in her top eight schools last Friday.

West Virginia is 19-2 on the season and 8-2 in Big 12 play and holds the No. 22 ranking in the most recent AP Poll. First-year head coach Mark Kellogg and staff have not only excelled on the court, but also off the court, as they try to build for the future of the program with recruits like DeVillasee and Greer.

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