Morgantown, West Virginia – Traylon Ray has committed to continue his football career with the West Virginia Mountaineers
Ray, a 6’2 190 pound four star wide receiver from Tallahassee, Florida, recently narrowed his list down to Mississippi State, Tennessee and West Virginia, but he had numerous offers from major programs around the country, including Florida, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Miami, Virginia Tech, among others.
According to On3 Consensus, Ray ranks as the 44th best wide receiver in the nation and the 58th senior recruit in the state of Florida. On3 had the following to say about the newest Mountaineer: “Three-sport star with a well-rounded skill set and strong production profile as a receiver. One of the most productive receivers in the state of Florida as a junior, hauling in 87 catches for 1,366 yards and 17 touchdowns. Creates separation off the line of scrimmage with shake and change of direction in his releases. Shows the ability to win in contested situations, elevating to make plays on the ball.
Prior to Ray’s commitment, West Virginia had the 31st best 2023 recruiting class according to 247 Sports, the 29th best according to Rivals and the 37th overall class according to On3.
Despite the uncertain future of the West Virginia coaching staff, Neal Brown and his assistant coaches continue to bring in outstanding recruits.
— Traylon Ray (@TraylonRay6) November 4, 2022