Daryl Porter Jr Makes Announcement

Morgantown, West Virginia – Redshirt sophomore cornerback Daryl Porter, Jr., who recently announced that he’s left the West Virginia Mountaineers football program and entered the transfer portal, is one step closer to finding his new home.

Porter announced his final four schools that he will choose from. LSU, Miami, Florida State and Oregon all made the cut.

Miami and Florida State are considered heavy favorites. Porter is from the Miami area and former West Virginia defensive coordinator/defensive backs coach Jahmile Addae is the new defensive backs coach for the Hurricanes. Florida State has also reportedly been in touch with Porter and his former teammate at West Virginia, Winston Wright Jr., recently transferred there.

Porter, a starting cornerback from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, had 40 tackles and 1 interception for the Mountaineers this past season.

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