West Virginia University is getting in early on 2022 recruit Myles Rowser. Rowser, a 5’11 175 pound Safety from Belleville, Michigan, has drawn major interest from Central Michigan, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, Penn State, Toledo and West Virginia. The Mountaineers have enlisted the outstanding recruiter and Assistant Coach Al Pogue as his Lead Recruiter.
Today, “Candyman” released his first Top 10 schools on Twitter and West Virginia made the cut:
1st 10 🙏🏽 Recruitment is 100% open @CFBTalkDaily @NextGenAACamp @TheD_Zone @Kenny_Jordan5 @TaylorRLehman @EdOBrien247 @AllenTrieu @BSB_Wolverine @CollegeFBToday @RivalsRobinson @JermainCrowell @ImpactRecruiti1 @agency_met pic.twitter.com/HlF343zc0a
— Candyman (@MylesRowser) May 18, 2019
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College Football Today put Rowser on the front page of their 2022 Recruit Rankings. In addition, he was ranked as the #25 overall recruit in the country in 2022 according to the website:
Myles Rowser has gone from 7-10 FBS offers the last few days. He has made the front page of our 2022 football recruit rankings with his new offer edit!https://t.co/T09ph1lN6t@MylesRowser @CoachJim4UM that is some fire right thurrr!!!! #CFBnews pic.twitter.com/qOIN51yF0s
— College Football Today (@CollegeFBToday) May 18, 2019
Although Michigan is listed as a 100% lock to land Rowser on 247 Sports’ Crystal Ball Prediction, it is very early on in the recruitment process. With Coach Pogue working on him, anything can happen, particularly if we can bring him to Morgantown for a visit.