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West Virginia receives commitment from three-star Florida wide receiver Terence Doston

Things are starting to come together for West Virginia’s 2019 recruiting class, with just a couple open spots remaining.

Terence Doston | Twitter @doston_terence

Good news comes in waves for the West Virginia Mountaineers, apparently. Earlier this afternoon they managed to flip Dreshun Miller, a four-star cornerback previously committed to the LSU Tigers, and they’re following it up with a second commitment of the day.

Terence Doston, a three-star athlete from Tampa, Florida announced his pledge to the Mountaineers this evening via his Twitter account.

The 5’11”, 175lb receiver visited Morgantown this past weekend for his official visit, where West Virginia assistant coaches Tyron Carrier and Marquel Blackwell helped seal the deal.

Doston chose West Virginia over offers from the Maryland Terrapins, Minnesota Golden Gophers, North Carolina Tar Heels, Stanford Cardinal, Vanderbilt Commodores, and UCF Knights, among others. He will sign his National Letter of Intent later this month during the Early Signing Period.