Eastern Michigan transfer Noah Farrakhan was officially added to West Virginia’s roster on Tuesday.

Interim head coach Josh Eilert announced the move saying, “Noah is a combo guard with outstanding athleticism and a knack for scoring the basketball.”

The deadline to enroll in classes at West Virginia University was Tuesday for all students, making the announcement of Farrakhan vital for the Mountaineers.

He started 28 of 31 games a season ago, averaging 12.1 points per game, while shooting 43 percent from the field.

“In the open court, he’s as good as anyone in the country moving downhill. He’s very fluid with how he gets to the rim and how he finishes. He’s hard to stay in front of with his quickness and how active he is. Noah will bring high energy to our team,” Eilert added.

Farrakhan joins a loaded group of transfers for West Virginia, although because he is a two-time transfer, it is unclear if he will be eligible to play this year as he would need a waiver. WVU says in a press release that his status for 2023-2024 will be, “determined at a later date.”