West Virginia is Going to Have a Big Weekend

Neal Brown and staff has been all over the map since West Virginia’s season finale win at TCU.  After securing a commitment from Sean Martin, the top recruit in West Virginia, Brown visited West Virginia commits Chris Mayo, a four star offensive guard from New Jersey, and David Vincent-Okoli, a three-star athlete from Gaithersburg, Maryland.  Both are key players that Brown made a priority of locking up with in-home visits.

Eddie Watkins, a defensive end from Evergreen, Alabama, who previously committed to Georgia Tech, was visited by WVU assistant coaches Blake Seiler and Al Pogue.  He has offers from Georgia Tech, Purdue, UCF and Arkansas State, as well as West Virginia.  Watkins will visit Morgantown this weekend and a commitment seems likely if all goes well.


Other visitors to Morgantown this weekend include defensive end Wesley Bailey, a 3 star prospect who currently plays for Clearwater International Academy.  It appears that his decision will come down to West Virginia, Illinois and Minnesota.

Daryl Porter, Jr., a 3 star cornerback from Plantation, FL (American Hermitage High) will also be on campus in Morgantown this weekend.  He holds offers from Utah, Washington State, Ole Miss and West Virginia, and there doesn’t appear to be a clear-cut favorite for his services yet.  A trip to West Virginia will almost certainly change that.

In addition, former Syracuse commit, Charles Bell VI, a Safety from Gaithersburg, Maryland, who holds offers from Syracuse, Boston College, East Carolina, Liberty, Maryland, Pitt, Virginia Tech and West Virginia.  Bell, following his de-commitment from Syracuse, is now looking for a home and West Virginia will get the first crack at landing him with a visit this weekend.

Although the season is over, Neal Brown has been incredibly busy completely his 2020 class, which is really starting to take shape.  Commits Lamy Constant, a four star running back from Brooklyn, NY, Garrett Greene, a four star quarterback from Tallahassee, FL, Devell Washington, a three star wide receiver from Saginaw, MI, as well as the aforementioned Chris Mayo and Sean Martin highlight next year’s class.