Mountaineers Get Third Commitment of the Day

Morgantown, West Virginia – The West Virginia Mountaineers continue to land recruits for the 2023 class, getting their third commitment of the day when Tory Johnson, Jr., committed to play for the Mountaineers today!

Johnson, a 6’4 wide receiver from Chesapeake, Virginia, is a three star prospect and is the son of former West Virginia player Tory Johnson.

Johnson chose the Mountaineers over Maryland, Pitt, Virginia, among many other offers.


West Virginia’s 2023 recruiting – currently ranked 15th in the nation overall by 247 Sports and Rivals – features four star wide receiver Rodney Gallagher, as well as three star players Josiah Jackson (cornerback), James Heard (linebacker), Josiah Trotter (linebacker), Jahiem White (running back), Raheim Jeter (quarterback), Cooper Young (offensive lineman), Cameron Jackson (defensive lineman), Eamon Smalls (defensive lineman), Jordan Louie (running back) and today’s commit, Justin Benton (defensive lineman), Jordan Jackson (athlete) and Ben Cutter (inside linebacker), Noah Braham (defensive lineman/tight end).

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