Georgia Safety Commits to West Virginia

Georgia Safety Commits to West Virginia

West Virginia head coach Neal Brown secured his sixth player in the 2022 class with Georgia safety Mumu Bin-Wahad. Bin-Wahad, a high 3-star recruit in both the 247 rankings (85) and the composite score (0.8537), has an offer list that is sure to make fans happy. Bin-Wahad has official offers from 29 different schools including 17 Power 5 programs.

never let a hard time humble us… #Committed pic.twitter.com/HKj1zYsQMh

— – ++ (@TheMumuBinWahad) June 17, 2021

Mumu becomes the seventh player in the 2022 post-pandemic recruiting class, joining Tyrin Woodby out of Baltimore who committed in April of last year. Of the schools that Bin-Wahad has high on his list, West Virginia has one of the lowest numbers of safeties on their roster, a good sign for Bin-Wahad, who shouldn’t have to compete much for playing time.

The Mountaineers hosted their first recruiting camp in over a year a few weeks ago and the staff expects, based on multiple tweets from the coaches, to pull in several more players.