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WVU Continues Pipeline with Offer to Former Hokie

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WVU continued to strengthen their newfound pipeline by offering 2016 safety Cj Reavis. Reavis, a former 4 star prospect, originally committed to Virgnia Tech in April of 2013. Reavis was considered one of the best safeties in the nation his senior season of high school in Chester, VA. He had accumulated 17 offers including one from the Mountaineers.

Reavis played in 12 games for the Hokies as a true freshman in 2014 and was the frontrunner to start at safety this coming season. However, Reavis was dismissed from the Hokie program in July of this year for violation of team rules and ultimately disenrolled at Virginia Tech after a failed appeal to the VT student conduct committee.

Earlier this month Reavis enrolled at East Mississippi C.C. in an attempt to revive both his reputation as well as his collegiate career. CJ announced via twitter this afternoon that he had received his second offer from the Mountaineers and becomes the second Lion to hold an offer from WVU. Current EMCC teammate and starting running back Dacorius Law also holds an offer from the Mountaineers.

Former Mountaineer Clint Trickett is the current QB Coach at East Mississippi who held nothing back after the Law offer contending this could be a new pipeline to Morgantown.

Reavis will be eligible to return to an FBS school in May of 2016 if all goes to plan.

Jeremy Simon
Founder and publisher of, Jeremy is also a contributor to USA Today as well as covers the Mountaineers for Athlon Sports. Follow on Twitter @JSi07
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