West Virginia Looks to Flip Four Star Running Back From Rival Team

Morgantown, West Virginia – Ramon Brown, the four star running back from Midlothian, Virginia, is one of the top recruits in the state of Virginia in the 2022 class.  Currently ranked the 9th best player in Virginia and the 18th best running back in the class, Brown is committed to play for the Virginia Tech Hokies.

However, Neal Brown and two of his assistant coaches, running back coach Chad Scott and wide receivers coach/co-offensive coordinator Gerad Parker, made a trip to the senior running back’s home to try to sway him to change his mind and come home to West Virginia.

Ramon Brown posted the following photo on his personal social media account with the hashtag “#Go Mountaineers.”

Brown, who has offers from Kentucky, Michigan, Maryland, Michigan State, North Carolina, Penn State, Virginia, Virginia Tech and West Virginia University, has incredible speed and he has the ability to lower his shoulder and punish opposing defenders.

Ramon Brown is truly a complete back with superstar potential, and it would be a huge victory for the West Virginia if Neal Brown could flip his commitment and bring him home to Morgantown at the very last minute.