West Virginia Adds 2025 Quarterback

MORGANTOWN, West Virginia — After dominating the Cincinnati Bearcats on the field, West Virginia won off the field, too, adding 2025 quarterback recruit Scotty Fox!

Fox, a 3 star signal-caller from Mentor, Ohio, committed to play for the Mountaineers over offers from Akron, Ball State, Marshall, Kentucky and Michigan State, among many others.

This past season, Fox was 258/429 for 3137 yards, 30 touchdowns and 10 interceptions, and is assumed to be in the mix to start for the Mountaineers in the future.

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