Another former Woodrow standout, Jason Slay, now an assistant at Hargrave Military Academy, is bringing in Virginia Tech signee Donte Clark, a 6-5 point guard.
And, yes, Huntington Prep will be represented.
Tennessee-bound Travon Landry, a 6-1 point guard, Arkansas-bound Moses Kingsley, a 6-9 forward, and four-star Baylor recruit Dominic Woodson, 6-9, will be participating. Ryan Arrowood, a Huntington Prep assistant, will be coaching.
It should be fun to watch, and it should be fun for some state players who will be sprinkled in with the aforementioned.
WVU fans might want to check out Shady Spring's Chase Connor, who apparently will be walking on in Morgantown. He's a 6-2 point guard who was the captain of the Class AA all-state team last year.
Herbert will make sure two of his seniors, Ra'Shaud Kincaid and Hunter Moles, get some playing time. Herbert will also have Woodrow Wilson's Andrew Johnson and Princeton's Ryan Meadows at his disposal.
Martinsburg's Jalen Lewis and Greenbrier East products Brice Woodliff and Derek Weiford will play on the opposite side.
It should be a heck of an all-star game, especially for WVU enthusiasts.
Brown would be proud.
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