West Virginia Hosting One of the Top Players Available in the Transfer Portal

MORGANTOWN, West Virginia — Neal Brown and his coaching staff have several key players in Morgantown right now on official visits but none are more important for the Mountaineers to land than Jaden Voisin, a safety out of South Alabama. Voisin is the #3 ranked safety overall in the transfer portal and the top-ranked safety currently available. He’s also the #10 overall available player in the transfer portal at this time.

Voisin, a 6’0 185 pound defensive back, was a 1st team All-Sun Belt selection in 2023, finishing the year with 71 tackles, four interceptions, seven pass breakups and 2.5 tackles for loss for the Jaguars. In addition, Voisin had an 83 PFF grade last season and an incredibly impressive 89 coverage grade.

When Voisin entered the transfer portal on Christmas Eve, several top programs from around the country reached out for his services. In fact, he set up official visits with the Florida Gators and Mississippi State Bulldogs, but decided to cancel those visits in order to make the trip to Morgantown.

With that said, Voisin appears to be a top priority for the Mountaineers’ coaching staff and there are several signs that point to a committment being imminent for West Virginia. He recently followed several members of the coaching staff on social media and West Virginia’s secondary coach, Shadon Brown, posted a “Let’s Go” on his account last night.

Neal Brown has said multiple times that adding depth to the defensive secondary is one of his main priorities this offseason, and he has certainly taken measures to make that happen. So far, the Mountaineers have landed TJ Crandall, a talented safety from Colorado State, Josh Minkins, a safety from Louisville, and Ayden Garnes, a defensive back from Duquesne. Adding Jaden Voisin to an already-outstanding defensive secondary would be icing on the cake for the West Virginia coaching staff.