West Virginia Rumors & News

  • West Virginia football lands Clemson grad transfer DT Jabril Robinson

    Die Hards "Clemson graduate transfer Jabril Robinson signed a grant-in-aid for the 2018-19 academic year with West Virginia, coach Dana Holgorsen announced on Thursday. The 6-foot-2, 270-pound defensive tackle will be immediately eligible as a graduate transfer in 2018. EerSports.com’s Chris Anderson..." May 11

  • Backup receiver Roberson will transfer; SMU reportedly interested

    Metro News "West Virginia receiver Reggie Roberson announced his intentions to transfer Thursday after seeing backup snaps in 12 games as a true freshman. A three-star recruit from Desoto, Texas, he made six receptions for 30 yards last season. His fourth-quarter touchdown during the 59-16 win over..." May 04

  • Southern California DT Kenny Bigelow transferring to West Virginia

    ESPN "Defensive tackle Kenny Bigelow, once a top 25 national recruit who then suffered two major knee injuries, is transferring from Southern California to West Virginia. Bigelow, who initially announced he was retiring from football in October before the NCAA awarded him a sixth year of eligibility." April 02

  • David Sills Makes NFL/College Decision

    247 Sports "West Virginia All-American receiver David Sills V has announced that he will return for his senior season in 2018. “After talking with my family and my coaches and taking time in prayer, I have decided to return for my senior season at West Virginia University,” Sills said. “I look forward to..." December 18

  • West Virginia QB Will Grier will return to school in 2018

    247 Sports "Star quarterback Will Grier will return for the 2018 season, the redshirt senior and West Virginia announced on Thursday afternoon. “After much prayer and consultation with my family and coaches, I have decided to return to WVU for my senior season. There is still a great deal that I want this..." December 14

  • 3-star WR Dillon Spalding chooses West Virginia over Michigan

    Detroit News "Three-star wide receiver Dillon Spalding of Lorton, Virginia, committed to West Virginia on Monday night. He chose the Mountaineers over Michigan. Spalding, 6-foot-1 and 216 pounds and a member of the Class of 2018, made the announcement on Twitter, writing, "100% COMMITTED." Spalding also..." November 28