MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Two of WVU’s six basketball signees are on campus, but the remaining four aren’t yet able to enroll and hope to arrive in July.
Devin Williams of Montverde, Fla., and Nathan Adrian of Morgantown are enrolled and living on campus, while Atlanta center Brandon Watkins needs only to finish a high school summer class before coming to WVU.
Junior college signees Remi Dibo and Jonathan Holton have coursework remaining to complete their associates degrees. (Holton tweeted Tuesday that he is headed to Morgantown in two weeks, though coach Bob Huggins has declined to comment publicly on the ramifications of the no contest plea the former Rhode Island forward entered to a felony charge of video voyeurism.)
The most tenuous situation involves the long-awaited arrival of power forward Elijah Macon, who was unable to enroll at WVU last year and attended Brewster (N.H.) Prep school. Macon has yet to reach the standardized testing minimums needed to qualify.
Recent guard commitment Daxter Miles of Baltimore Dunbar, who has not signed, still needs to qualify.
Watch video of MetroNews “Sportsline” co-host Greg Hunter explaining the situation above.