Another player, Martinsburg High's Donte Grantham, will also participate. WVU is very interested in signing him as a small forward who could play power forward if the Mountaineers play small.
Huggins, however, will have to manage his scholarships. As I've reported before, Aaron Brown has expressed a desire to move on. Volodymyr Gerun is probably headed to Fairmont State or another Division II school.
Where the other scholarships come from will be interesting. Keaton Miles now apparently wants to stay put. Ditto Aaric Murray.
Keep in mind, Murray was thought to be a one-and-done player. Obviously, he was not. But Huggins might have planned for him to be one in regard to scholarships.
Murray, however, has talent, and Huggins might be one of the few coaches nationally able to bring that talent out consistently.
So the challenge is set.
Will there be personnel surprises? Probably. There certainly appear to be prospects lined up (read: Grantham and, perhaps, a transfer) if more WVU players leave.
It will be a delicate process. And an interesting next few weeks.
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