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WVU adds in-state kicker

West Virginia added in-state kicker Kaulin Parris to its 2020 recruiting class. https://twitter.com/KaulinParris2/status/1154867623995330561?s=20 Last season Parris connected on 6-6 field goal attempts with a long of 43. He was 69-of-71 on point after touchdowns and hit a total of 39 of his 67 kickoffs for touchbacks. Parris had preferred walk on offers from

WVU adds international commit

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-- West Virginia has decided to go to Europe for help with the 2021 recruiting class. The Mountaineers offered tight end Victor Wikstrom from Sweden while he was attending a camp in Morgantown back in June. On Thursday, the 6-foot-3, 225-pounder announced his commitment to WVU on Twitter. He had offers

Mountaineers add JUCO defensive lineman Quay Mays

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--For the 2020 recruiting class, West Virginia picked up junior college defensive tackle Quay Mays on Tuesday. Mays has two years of eligibility remaining and is expected to enroll in January. Currently, the 6-foot-2, 290-pound defensive lineman attends Northwest Mississippi Community College. He only played one season of high school football

Snyder fans 11, No. 17 WVU tops Pitt at PNC Park

PITTSBURGH, Pa.—Nick Snyder pitched a solid game as No. 17 West Virginia defeated Pitt 9-4 in the Backyard Brawl at PNC Park. Snyder pitched seven innings. He gave up one run on three hits while striking out 11 for the Mountaineers (32-18). WVU scored nine runs on 13 hits. After coming off

Assistant football coaches settling into life as Mountaineers

Monday morning members of the West Virginia media gathered at Milan Puskar for head football Coach Neal Brown's introduction of the coaching staff. This coaching staff introduction event was hinted at by Coach Brown several weeks prior, during National Signing Day media conferences, and many were eager to get a

Long day for Fairmont Senior DT Darius Stills ends in commitment to WVU

Fairmont Senior defensive tackle Darius Stills woke up Monday morning a Scarlet Knight committing to Rutgers only two days earlier. Despite his best efforts he was not certain that WVU would extended an offer. Little did he know everything would change by the end of the day and he would

Charleston mentor Mike Barron on Derrek Pitts, “I thought it was WVU”

As South Charleston athlete Derrek Pitts sat at Dem 2 Brothers and A Grill in Charleston Wednesday evening in front of the media and WVU fans his mentor, Mike Barron, watched intently waiting to hear where one of his star players was going to continue his football career. When Pitts announced it

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