Corbin Page, COME HOME

Morgantown, West Virginia – The West Virginia Mountaineers landed a monumental transfer commitment on Christmas night from in-state stud Doug Nester, who recently announced that he was leaving Virginia Tech.

Nester, like recent WVU commit Wyatt Milum and current Mountaineers wide receiver Graeson Malshevich, attended Spring Valley High School in Huntington, West Virginia.

Now, the #1 player in the state in the 2022 class, Corbin Page, also currently attends Spring Valley High School and plans to announce where he’s committing tonight.  

Page, a 6’6 255 pound 3 star tight end/offensive lineman, will almost certainly continue the Spring Valley High School to West Virginia University pipeline when he makes his announcement at 7:00PM.

Page is listed as the overall #1 player in the state of West Virginia and the #14 tight end in the nation, and has offers from Central Michigan, Cincinnati, Louisville, Marshall, Oregon, Virginia, Virginia Tech and, of course, West Virginia University.

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.

CORBIN PAGE, STAY HOME!  The future of the West Virginia Mountaineers looks very, very bright!