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Lamy Constant, one of the best running backs in high school right now, was fully committed to West Virginia. Moments ago, he re-opened his recruitment and is no longer committed to the Mountaineers.

Constant, 6’0 and 186 pounds, is a 4 star running back out of Brooklyn, New York.   He is the top ranked prospect in the state and the 20th ranked running back in the class of 2020.

Constant spoke with “Beasts of the East” following his Final 4 announcement and said the following about each program:

TEXAS A&M: “How real and upfront the coaching staff is. They don’t sugarcoat much and that’s exactly what I need to continue to elevate my game.”

MICHIGAN STATE: “The coaches are extremely genuine. They are eager to get me on campus and start working.”

LSU: “Honestly the name speaks for itself. The legacy and tradition built there when it comes to the running back position isn’t something you can argue.”

WEST VIRGINIA: “The one school I visited so far. Great facilities and an even better presence when it comes to the knowledge and experience under the coaching staff’s belt.”

Losing Constant is massive news for Head Coach Neal Brown and the Mountaineers.  Constant was the most highly-rated commit for West Virginia in the 2020 class.

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