Last year, West Virginia’s offensive line was abysmal. Going into 2020, it will be improvement or bust for this unit as the team’s success will heavily rely on how far this group will take them.
Today, the newest addition to the West Virginia offensive line shared his lofty expectations for the unit in 2020.
West Virginia will have the most improved Oline in the nation. #Climbing 🏔
— Ja'Quay hubbard (@Jhubb3366) August 15, 2020
“West Virginia will have the most improved o-line in the nation.”
Ja’Quay Hubbard, who recently transferred from Virginia, expects the Mountaineers to make a huge jump on the offensive line this season. A jump so significant it will make them the most improved unit in the nation.
This will be a massive task, however, as the Mountaineers will be replacing star lineman Colton McKivitz. If this unit can improve even in the slightest, we could see West Virginia take a massive step forward in their “Climb.”
It didn’t take long for Hubbard to buy in, and he obviously knows just how to get fans excited.