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Morgantown, West Virginia – Neal Brown has made it clear that keeping in-state recruits home in West Virginia and he has delivered with Sean Martin from Bluefield, Zach Frazier from Fairmont and Wyatt Milum of Huntington.

Today, Brown took the first step at landing the top recruit in the 2022 class, Corbin Page of Huntington, West Virginia. Corbin, who is a teammate of Wyatt Milum this season at Spring Valley High School, is currently rated as the 14th ranked tight end in the nation and the #1 overall recruit in the state of West Virginia.

Corbin made the announcement on his social media page today, saying, “Excited and proud to announce that I have received another Division 1 offer from West Virginia University.  Thank you to Coach Moore for giving me a big time opportunity!  Go Mountaineers!”

 

Last season, Page led Spring Valley in receiving with 16 catches for 426 yards and 10 touchdowns.  Page, a 6’5 248 pound 3 star tight end, recently told Herd Nation that staying home in West Virginia is a very real possibility, adding, “Yes, the idea of staying home interests me.  My grandma would be able to come and watch me play.”

While West Virginia likely vaulted to the top of his list of potential future homes, Page has gained quite a bit of interest from major programs throughout the country.  In addition to his most recent scholarship offer from West Virginia University, Page has offers from Virginia Tech, Virginia, Marshall, Oregon, Central Michigan, Cincinnati and Louisville.

Neal Brown wants to make all of the top West Virginia high school players Mountaineers and there is no more important player to land in the 2022 class than Corbin Page.  With the close proximity to his home, his relationship West Virginia commit Wyatt Milum and Neal Brown’s desire to keep in-state players home, I fully expect Corbin Page to end up being the next great Mountaineer player in the 2022 class.

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