Cincinnati Colerain coach Tom Bolden has watched tight end/tackle prospect develop quickly into FBS prospect.
Junior forward kept injury to himself for much of last season, when his 3-point shooting dipped to 17 percent.
Committing fewer turnovers and fouls part of Phillip's progress with WVU prepping for exhibition trip to the Bahamas.
Allan Taylor's commentary: What's best for West Virginia might not be what's best for the conference.
The 6-foot-6 Nathan Niehaus has a lean build and the mobility to play tight end or offensive tackle.
The 6-foot-7 graduate transfer, a former standout at George Washington High, received NCAA approval to play this season.
Boone County native gives back to the community which raised him.
The Mountaineers will face the A-10's Spiders on Nov. 26 with a next-day date against either San Diego State or Cal.
Without the Bane-style helmet and crop-top jersey, the Bears' defensive end will sport new look this season.
Six players surpassed the 100-yard mark against the Mountaineers, who need to hold up better this fall.