Josiah Harris becomes second commitment to WVU’s Class of 2022

(Story by Taylor Kennedy)

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. —ย The West Virginia Mountaineers expanded their 2022 recruiting class with their latest addition from northeast Ohio. Josiah Harris, a Cleveland native, committed to the Mountaineers Wednesday afternoon. He is listed as a three-star recruit according to 247Sports.

Harris announced his decision via his personal Twitter. He is a 6-foot-7, 210-pound power forward.

Harris has spent his prep career playing for head coach Quentin Rogers at Richmond Heights High School. Harris and his team reached the Ohio Division IV state semifinals this past season.

Harrisโ€™ final seven schools were WVU, Ohio State, Virginia Tech, Kansas State, Cincinnati, Georgia Tech, and Xavier. He becomes the third player from Ohio to commit to the Mountaineers in two years. Guards Kobe Johnson and Sean Wilson have signed to make up WVU’s Class of 2021.ย 

Harris joins Josiah Davis of Teays Valley Christian in the 2022 class.

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