Morgantown, West Virginia – Tomorrow at 3:00PM will likely be a huge moment for the future of the West Virginia Mountaineers!
That’s when Rodney Gallagher, a a 6’0 180 pound four star wide receiver, will announce where he’s committing to play football for the next four years.
Gallagher, a 2023 recruit, is currently Pennsylvania’s #1 ranked prospect in football and the state’s #2 ranked recruit in basketball in the 2023 class, and virtually every major college football expert expects him to pick the Mountaineers.
Gallagher initially said that he would make his commitment on July 4th after visiting his finalists – Pitt, Penn State, Notre Dame and West Virginia – one final time. However, today, Gallagher said the following: “After thoughtful consideration with my family, I’ve decided to move my commitment date up to May 25th, which is this Wednesday.
It will be at 3PM at Laurel Highlands High School in the gym and all the public may attend. Hope to see everyone there and I’m very excited to announce where my destination will be.”
Although anything can happen, it would be shocking if Gallagher picks anywhere else other than West Virginia tomorrow.
The Mountaineers’ 2023 recruiting class is already ranked 28th in the nation after getting commits from Josiah Trotter, Cameron Calhoun, Josiah Jackson, Jahiem White, Raheim Jeter and Cameron Jackson. The addition of Gallagher, potentially the sixth best recruit in West Virginia football history (behind only Noel Devine, Jason Gwaltney, Brandon Barrett, Ivan McCartney and Geno Smith), will push the Mountaineers into the 15-20th range nationally.