BREAKING: West Virginia Lands Landen Livingston

Morgantown, West Virginia – The 2022 recruiting class just keeps getting better and better for Neal Brown and the West Virginia Mountaineers!

6’5 285 pound offensive lineman Landen Livingston has just announced his commitment to play for the Mountaineers!  Livingston is from Leo, Indiana and recently narrowed his college choices down to Cincinnati, Iowa, Purdue, Indiana and West Virginia.

Livingston is listed as a three star recruit by 247 and Rivals.  He’s currently considered the 39th best interior offensive lineman in the nation and the 13th best prospect in the state of Indiana.

Livingston had an official visit at West Virginia on June 11th and immediately fell in love with the school.

Livingston told The Voice of Motown that the reason for choosing was West Virginia was very simple: “I’m a big believer in Coach Brown and the way he is running his football program.  I like where things are going as well as the plans that he has in store for the future.

I got to build great relationships with the coaching staff throughout this recruitment process.  Coach Parker, Coach Moore and Coach Trickett were some of the coaches I really got to talk to a lot.  I like Coach Moore’s coaching style and the way he runs the offensive line.

I also love Morgantown.  When I got to go there it was a great experience and I loved the campus.  The fans of West Virginia football are crazy and knowing that they have a great fanbase definitely played a role in this decision.”

West Virginia already has a Top 25 class and Landen Livingston’s commitment will only make it better!  Neal Brown and his staff continue to hit home runs on the recruiting trail and the future is very bright in Morgantown!

Welcome Home, Landen!

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Brad Smith
Brad Smith, "The Voice of Morgantown", is the most trusted, accomplished name in West Virginia sports journalism. Smith is the foremost, preeminent authority on West Virginia athletics and a lifelong fan of the Mountaineers. Smith, a proud graduate of West Virginia University, resides in Morgantown most of the year, but has a home in Jacksonville, Florida, where he lives during the winter.