WVU has already landed four-star stud Isaiah Cottrell out of Vegas as part of the class of 2020. But it appears Bob Huggins may be just getting started.
There’s another four-star player who happened to go to high school just a quick trip down I-79 from Morgantown. Fairmont Senior Polar Bear Jalen Bridges holds an offer from West Virginia and took to Twitter to make an announcement that he plans to commit on Halloween.
I will be committing on Halloween 👻
— jalen (@jalenbridgess) August 27, 2019
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Just days ago Bridges announced his final five. It just so happened to be missing WVU’s rivals to the north.
Final 5 🥵 Hate it or Love it pic.twitter.com/WiiviQyxgg
— jalen (@jalenbridgess) August 24, 2019
A great case can be made that the class of 2019 will be Bob Huggins’ best class at West Virginia. And now he’s knocking on the door of making the class of 2020 even better. With Cottrell already committed and the Mountaineers in prime position to land a commitment from Bridges, that could definitely happen.
Then there’s Jaemyn Brakefield, another four-star prospect. And he just so happens to be Cottrell’s teammate at Huntington Prep this season.
Please help us welcome a 6’10 Forward out of Las Vegas, Nevada and West Virginia Commit, Isaiah Cottrell to the Hprep Family! @IsaiahCottrell @WVUhoops #hprep #huntington #prep #basketball #westvirginia #mountaineers #WVU pic.twitter.com/YFrVXQlvJd
— Huntington Prep (@HuntingtonPrep) August 13, 2019
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- Brakefield Announces Top 10
- Isaiah Cottrell is Coming Home Sooner Than Thought
Halloween could be a very special night for Mountaineer fans as Bob Huggins looks to add another big-time player to a basketball program that is on the upswing in a big way after a tough 2018-2019 season.