#1 Player in the State Has Flipped to Virginia Tech? Or Marshall?

Morgantown, West Virginia – Corbin Page, the #1 player in the state of West Virginia for the 2022 class, committed to West Virginia University back in December.

Page, a 6’6 three star tight end/offensive lineman from Spring Valley High School, had offers from Central Michigan, Cincinnati, Louisville, Marshall, Oregon, Virginia and Virginia Tech at the time.

Since then, Page has visited Marshall and several schools, including Virginia Tech, have tried desperately to flip him.

Last night, it appeared that Page had officially flipped his commitment to Virginia Tech.  Page’s official social media accounts on Twitter and Instagram showed Page as a “Virginia Tech commit.”

Although this looked very bad for the Mountaineers, Page has since changed his profile back to show him as a “WVU Football Commit.”  Attempts to contact Page to clarify the situation have gone unanswered so far, but it appears that his account was either hacked or perhaps a friend was playing a prank on him.

For now, West Virginia still has an official commitment from Page.  Neal Brown has made keeping the top players in the state home and Corbin Page is the very best that the state has to offer in the 2022 class, and Brown is not going to easily let Page slip away, particularly to programs like Marshall or Virginia Tech.