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WVU’s younger offensive core is a giant promoting level as signing day approaches

MORGANTOWN — It’s unquestionable that West Virginia has reached its peak up to now within the Neal Brown period this season.

The Mountaineers are 8-4 heading into their Duke’s Mayo Bowl matchup towards North Carolina on Dec. 27 (5:30 p.m./ESPN) with the prospect to succeed in 9 wins for the primary time since 2016.

What’s thrilling about this WVU staff is that this season’s success wasn’t the product of a bunch of veterans all enjoying nicely on the finish of their careers. Fairly the other, because the Mountaineers relied on a plethora of underclassmen, significantly on offense.

And with a big chunk of that younger core having dedicated to remain in Morgantown, the WVU coach employees has a powerful promoting level to try to persuade 2024 and 2025 recruits to return be part of them.

“It’s an enormous promoting level,” offensive coordinator Chad Scott stated Sunday. “That’s precisely what we’re promoting.”

WVU’s trio of freshman talent gamers — receivers Traylon Ray and Rodney Gallagher and working again Jahiem White — mixed to the touch the ball 140 instances this season, racking up practically 1,300 whole yards. All three have publicly dedicated to staying at WVU for subsequent season.

“It’s going to be a particular group,” Scott stated. “What’s going to make it much more particular isn’t the expertise they’ve, however the camaraderie that they’ve. They need to go on the market and carry out nicely for one another, they need to exit and block on the perimeter for Jahiem to run the ball, he needs to do an ideal job in cross professional to allow them to get down the sector.”

Add redshirt freshman receiver Hudson Clement to that group of kids and people numbers leap to over 150 touches and practically 1,700 yards.

“With the chemistry they’ve on and off the soccer subject, it’s actually simply the tip of the iceberg with these guys to see what they’re able to doing,” Scott stated. “We received an actual good glimpse of it the final seven weeks of the season and we’re getting one other good glimpse of it now whereas we’re going by means of bowl practices.”

It’s not simply the gamers who noticed important time this yr, both. Regardless of solely carrying the ball 10 instances this season, WVU coaches rave about freshman working again DJ Oliver’s mixture of dimension and pace and his future potential.

Quarterback Garrett Greene, who has additionally dedicated to staying at WVU, is worked up in regards to the prospect of getting a full low season of labor in with the underclassmen.

“It’s super-important only for me to get a full low season with these guys,” Greene stated. “We’ll throw tons of of instances from January all over fall camp. Ultimately, we’ll get to the place I might in all probability shut my eyes and know the place they’re going to be and once they’re going to be there.”

There are a number of talent gamers verbally dedicated to WVU within the 2024 recruiting class who might signal with the staff on Nationwide Signing Day on Wednesday. That features receivers Brandon Rehmann (Philadelphia, Pa.) and Keyshawn Robinson (Shenandoah Junction, W.Va.), working again Diore Hubbard (Columbus, Oh.) and tight finish Jack Sammarco (Cincinnati, Oh.).

“There’s me, Traylon and Rodney with (Greene) after which we received our 2024 class coming in,” White stated. “We’ve received a pleasant little crew coming that’s going to present us huge assist.”

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