Sterling Manley, a 6'10 center from Pickerington Central High School in Ohio, released his top four on Sunday, and the Mountaineers made the cut.
I'm truly blessed from all the schools that have recruited me, but me and my family have decided to cut it down to my Top 4 #Noorder pic.twitter.com/K9egzRXLZp— Sterling Manley (@bigster1) October 3, 2016
West Virginia joins North Carolina, Xavier, and Purdue as the four teams left with a shot at the three star center.
The Tar Heels just recently entered the race, offering Manley a scholarship last week. He visited Morgantown last month, and was shown around campus by Beetle Bolden, Lamont West, and Jevon Carter.
Shoutout to @jamesbolden3 @iamlamontwest and Jevon Carter for a great night!!— Sterling Manley (@bigster1) September 3, 2016
247 Sports rates Manley as the 251st best player in the 2017 class. 247, Rivals, and ESPN all rate Manley as a three star prospect.