WVU To Receive Visit From ACC Commit

Despite making a verbal commitment last month to Miami (Fla.). Pompano Beach (Fla.) wide receiver Therrell Gosier intends to take all of his five official visits this season.

Pompano Beach (Fla.) wide receiver Therrell Gosier isn’t quite finished with his recruitment process, despite making a commitment last month.

Only a few weeks since announcing his verbal pledge to Miami (Fla.), the 6-6 wideout declared his intention to take all five of his allowable official visits.

The schools in line to receive the visits are Miami (Fla.), West Virginia, Clemson, Nebraska and Kentucky.

In late May Gosier announced a top three of Clemson, West Virginia and Kentucky with the intention of making a commitment shortly thereafter. He delayed that decision, but then received an offer from the Hurricanes days later, and reversed course yet again with a pledge to UM.

The Mountaineers, though, have been a school of choice for a while — in large part because of Gosier’s relationship with running backs coach JaJuan Seider.

“West Virginia shows me a lot of love, with coach Seider,” Gosier recently told Scout.com. “That’s the main reason I like them, because they show a lot of love.”

Whether the Mountaineers can flip his commitment remains to be seen, but having continued interest from Gosier keeps the option open.

“West Virginia has always been a school I like,” Gosier explained. “I want to get up there and visit, then we’ll see what happens.”

Gosier is rated a three-star prospect by Scout.com

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