West Virginia Predicted to Land Electric Guard

MORGANTOWN, West Virginia — One of the most talented players in the transfer portal is likely committing to play for the West Virginia Mountaineers in the coming days, according to Trilly Donovan of BurnerBall.com. 

Donovan, who is the most accurate college basketball insider online, has predicted that Noah Farrakhan, a 6’2 guard from Newark, New Jersey, will commit to West Virginia.

Farrakhan, who averaged 16.6 points per game during the 2021-2022 season and 12.1 points per game last season at Eastern Michigan, was one of the most popular players ever in high school basketball. Farrakhan is absolutely electric on the court and was one considered one of the top point guards in the nation.

Although it appears that Farrakhan will ultimately end up in Morgantown, he will have to get a waiver and is unlikely to play for the upcoming season. Next season, however, Farrakhan will almost certainly be in the starting lineup for the Mountaineers.

Check out his phenomenal highlight reel below: