Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Bosch Decision Bolsters Mountaineers Line

Kyle Bosch photo by WVU sports

Kyle Bosch photo by WVU sports

Michigan transfer Kyle Bosch has been waiting to hear from the NCAA on when he can begin his WVU career and today the NCAA announced that he is eligible for this upcoming season.

Bosch, a 6’5 311 lb. offensive lineman from Illinois committed to Michigan as part of the 2013 class, but conflict with Brady Hoke ended his Michigan career. The Mountaineers were recruiting him and his familiarity with the coaching staff was a factor in his decision to transfer to WVU.

Bosch figures to step in and become a starter at the left tackle position since Adam Pankey shifted to guard. Bosch was a top 100 player coming out of high school and will likely improve the Mountaineers overall offense.

This is welcome news for the WVU staff after it was announced earlier this month that redshirt sophomore OL Tyler Tezeno would be transferring closer to home.

Edited by Michael Walker



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