WVU Basketball Recruiting
WVU Staff Reaches Out to Marshall Freshman Transfer Micah Handlogten
West Virginia has reached out to Marshall big man Micah Handlogten, he told On3 Sports. Handlogten just completed his first season, capturing the Sun Belt Freshman of the Year.
Handlogten (7-foot-1) has heard from Arkansas, Clemson, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, NC State, South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia and others.
Handlogten averaged 7.6 points, 9.8 rebounds and 2.3 blocks through 32 games with the Thundering Herd. The North Carolina native shot 66 percent from the field. Handlogten is the son of former NBA player Ben Handlogten, who played for the Utah Jazz from 2003-05.
The Marshall transfer has three years of eligibility remaining.
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