Blink and you’ll miss it as the West Virginia Mountaineers have picked up their 11th commitment of the 2021 class, this time with three-star offensive tackle Tomas Rimac. Rimac, a 6’-6” 280 pound manbeast, comes to the Mountaineers from Brunswick High School in Brunswick, Ohio.
Rimac is the epitome of the type of player that Neal Brown and his staff have been targetting for the past two years. When Rimac was first evaluated, he was a lean 240 pounds and over the course of a year, he grew both taller and heavier, bulking up to 280 pounds. (Some reports have him at 290). Don’t be surprised if Rimac’s evaluation also grows into a four-star prospect.
Rimac becoems the 11th player in the class, joining Wyatt Milum of Spring Valley as the lineman in this class. The Mountaineers now have the 30th best class, one behind the Oklahoma Sooners. The class ranks 4th in the Big 12.