West Virginia picked up some talent for its offensive line on Sunday as tackle Briason Mays committed to the Mountaineers, reported Chris Anderson of 247 Sports.
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— Briason Mays (@briasonmays51) July 30, 2017
Mays, a 3-star prospect per the 247Sports composite, chose West Virginia over Central Florida, Illinois, Navy and Middle Tennessee, according to Anderson. Mays is ranked No. 179 among offensive tackles in the 2018 recruiting class and No. 60 overall in Tennessee, according to 247Sports.
Mays received his offer from the Mountaineers in June — one of 16, according to Anderson. You can view Mays’ highlights from Central High School in Bolivar, Tenn., below.