New West Virginia Basketball Player Gives Thoughts on Pepperoni Rolls

Morgantown, West Virginia – Josiah Harris, a 6’7 freshman forward for the West Virginia Mountaineers basketball team, is from Cleveland, Ohio and before yesterday, he had never tried West Virginia’s favorite food, the pepperoni roll.

Harris tried one for the first time yesterday and had the following to say about them: “I just had my first pepperoni roll yesterday…oh my goodness I’ve never had anything better!”

Harris averaged 20.2 points, 11.8 rebounds and 1.2 blocks per game last season at Richmond Heights High School in Cleveland and chose the Mountaineers over Florida State, Ohio State, Michigan, Louisville, Virginia Tech, Kansas State, Vanderbilt, Georgia Tech, Penn State, Texas A&M, Illinois, Cincinnati, Purdue and Georgetown.

Harris suffered a fractured lateral tibia following his senior season, but his recovery is going well and he is expected to contribute to the Mountaineers as a freshman this upcoming season.