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Georgia Safety Commits to West Virginia

West Virginia head coach Neal Brown secured his sixth player in the 2022 class with Georgia safety Mumu Bin-Wahad. Bin-Wahad, a high 3-star recruit in both the 247 rankings (85) and the composite score (0.8537), has an offer list that is sure to make fans happy. Bin-Wahad has official offers from 29 different schools including 17 Power 5 programs.

Mumu becomes the seventh player in the 2022 post-pandemic recruiting class, joining Tyrin Woodby out of Baltimore who committed in April of last year. Of the schools that Bin-Wahad has high on his list, West Virginia has one of the lowest numbers of safeties on their roster, a good sign for Bin-Wahad, who shouldn’t have to compete much for playing time.

The Mountaineers hosted their first recruiting camp in over a year a few weeks ago and the staff expects, based on multiple tweets from the coaches, to pull in several more players.