West Virginia added some depth to their offensive line by adding walk-on OL Wyatt Garrity, from Cretin-Derham Hall High school (MN).
Garrity took to Twitter to make the announcement.
The journey is finally over. pic.twitter.com/2xvQmZXOMw
— Wyatt Garrity (@WyattGar71) May 9, 2019
Tom Lemming has Garrity rated as a three-star offensive lineman. According to Lemon’s reported, Garrity is aggressive and has quick feet with great body control.
WVU Offensive Line Commit Wyatt Garrison
Wyatt Garrity 6‘5“ 280 Saint Paul Cretin-Derham Hall is an aggressive LT and DT. Blessed with quick feet and shows good body control. pic.twitter.com/YrIo7Jf7YW
— Tom Lemming (@LemmingReport) March 27, 2018
In summer of 2018 Lemming referred to Garrity as one of the fastest rising offensive lineman prospects in the Midwest. Lemming reported he was dominant at the Rutgers camp.
One of the fastest rising OL prospects in the Midwest is Wyatt Garrity 6‘5“ 280 LT Cretin-Derham. Dominated at the recent Rutgers camp. pic.twitter.com/yhZrChVQVT
— Tom Lemming (@LemmingReport) June 4, 2018
Congratulations on becoming a Mountaineer, Wyatt. We can’t wait to get you here.
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