Morgantown, West Virginia – After attending the West Virginia versus Oklahoma State basketball game with head coach Neal Brown, transfer quarterback Tyson Bagent visited the football facilities, met with the coaches and players and spent a few days in Morgantown.
Bagent, a Martinsburg, West Virginia native, led Martinsburg High School to two state championships and was the named the Division II State Player of the Year at Shepherd University this past season.
Bagent, a 6’3 215 pound junior, was recruited by West Virginia as an experienced player to add to the quarterback room, but he has decided to withdraw his name from the transfer portal and remain at Shepherd University.
Update: D2 National Player of the Year QB Tyson Bagent of Shepherd has officially withdrawn his name from the transfer portal https://t.co/msCZJapG5B
— NCAA Transfer Portal (@RivalsPortal) January 20, 2022
Bagent has been exceptional during his career at Shepherd, passing for 12,454 yards, 118 touchdowns and 40 interceptions, averaging 327.7 yards per game in his three full seasons with the Rams.
— Tyson Bagent (@tysbagent) January 20, 2022