clock menu more-arrow no yes

Take Me Home '21 Bios

Early Signing Period: Ohio four-star all-purpose back Jaylen Anderson signs with West Virginia

The 16th and seemingly final signing of the day comes from a coveted back from the Buckeye State

Early Signing Period: Mountaineers sign four-star Illinois running back Justin Johnson

The first of two four-star running backs has made it official.

Early Signing Period: West Virginia signs Philadelphia standout Saint McLeod

Welcome home!

Early Signing Period: Ohio defensive lineman Hammond Russell signs with West Virginia

Let’s go!

Early Signing Period: West Virginia signs defensive lineman Brayden Dudley

Welcome home, Brayden!

Early Signing Period: Alabama quarterback Will “Goose” Crowder makes it official, signs with West Virginia

Neal Brown may have just signed the missing piece to the puzzle.

Early Signing Period: Mountaineers sign Space Coast Florida standout Davis Mallinger

Let’s go!

Early Signing Period: West Virginia signs Central Florida defensive back Aubrey Burks

Welcome home, Aubrey!

Early Signing Period: Ohio tight end Treylan Davis signs with West Virginia

Let’s Go!

Early Signing Period: West Virginia signs coveted Ohio lineman Tomas Rimac

The Mountaineers just signed who could be the sleeper of the entire 2021 recruiting class.

Early Signing Period: Finnish footballer Edward Vesterinen signs with West Virginia

Mennään!

Early Signing Period: West Virginia dips into South Florida for linebacker Ja’Corey Hammett

LET’S GO!

Early Signing Period: Four-star Maryland receiver Kaden Prather sticks with West Virginia

The Mountaineers held off a late push from several major programs for Prather’s services

Early Signing Period: West Virginia goes back to the European pipeline for Sweden’s Victor Wikstrom

LET’S GO!

Early Signing Period: Mountaineers sign Ohio wide receiver Andrew Wilson-Lamp

Welcome home!

Early Signing Period: West Virginia receives first National Letter of Intent of the day from Spring Valley’s Wyatt Milum

Neal Brown’s promise to keep the best West Virginia players in-state holds strong