MORGANTOWN, West Virginia — Best Virginia, a team comprised mostly of West Virginia alums, will once again compete this summer in the TBT, a single elimination tournament with a $1 million prize going to the winner.
Today, Best Virginia added former West Virginia stars Sean McNeil and Chase Harler. McNeil, who transferred to Ohio State prior to last season, played for the Mountaineers from 2019-2022, averaging 12.2 points per game in his final season with the team. Harler, a Moundsville, West Virginia native, played for the Mountaineers from 2016-2020.
In addition to McNeil and Harler, Best Virginia will feature former West Virginia players Jaysean Paige, John Flowers, Kedrian Johnson, Kevin Jones, Nathan Adrian and Teyvon Myers.
Other players on the team include Jamel Morris, a former player at Fairmont State, Jordan Allen, who played at Rider University, Keith Wright, who played at Harvard, Nathan Flowers who played at Oklahoma City and Quincy Ford, who played at Northeastern University. James Long will once again serve as the head coach of the team.
Best Virginia will play an exhibition game to prepare for TBT on July 15th in Fairmont, West Virginia against College Park Boys, a Maryland alumni team.