Kyler Jordan, a 247Sports three-star defensive end prospect from Lubbock, Texas, was officially offered by Neal Brown and the Mountaineers yesterday. Jordan shared the news on his Twitter account.
After an awesome conversation with @CoachLesley_WVU, I am extremely excited to state I have received an offer to play football at West Virginia University❗️To God be the glory🙏@DoegeJarret @FootballLCP @trey_neyer @CoachJaxDL pic.twitter.com/ExbjJrv2lR
— Kyler Jordan (@kylerdjordan) March 6, 2021
The 6’2”, 236 pound defender is a part of the 2022 class. He has also been offered by fellow Big 12 members, Baylor and Texas Tech.
One current Mountaineer could potentially help WVU in landing Jordan. That Mountaineer is Jarret Doege.
Proud of my little cousin! Keep balling! https://t.co/YvvgrVeOqT
— Jarret Doege (@DoegeJarret) March 6, 2021
Doege revealed yesterday on Twitter that Jordan is his “little cousin.” When it comes to potentially landing a player, it never hurts to have their family already involved in the program.
Jordan has great potential and would be a solid addition for the Mountaineers.