Morgantown. West Virginia – Following West Virginia’s devastating loss to the Oklahoma State Cowboys, Taz Sherman spoke on social media about his future with the Mountaineers.
Sherman, who had a team-high 20 points in the loss, is a senior but has the option to return for one more season in Morgantown.
If Sherman decides to leave, he would likely play professionally overseas in Europe. If he stays, he’ll be one of the top returning guards in the Big 12 Conference.
Sherman said the following on his personal Twitter account: “Last game in the Coliseum today (maybe). I appreciate everyone that supports us, don’t worry we’ll figure this thing out.”
Although he’s likely still undecided on whether he’ll return or not, it sure sounds like he’s at least considering it. Let’s hope he comes back and the Mountaineers can make another big run next season!
Last game in the coliseum today (maybe) I appreciate everyone that supports us, don’t worry we’ll figure this thing out💙
— TAZ1️⃣2️⃣ (@Okaytazoo) March 6, 2021