Bosch Enrolls At WVU

As we reported recently, offensive lineman Kyle Bosch tabbed West Virginia as one of his top destinations to land after leaving Michigan. On Thursday afternoon, his enrollment at West Virginia was confirmed.

Kyle Bosch left Michigan after playing in both the 2013 and 2014 seasons. His appearance this fall was brief, as he played in just one game before taking a personal leave of absence from the school.

In a conversation with BlueGoldNews.com, Bosch said West Virginia was a school that he had been in touch with, and that the Mountaineers were one of the top contenders for his new home. He quickly consulted with family and began the enrollment process, which was completed in advance of Friday's deadline for spring semester enrollees.

Bosch's eligibility picture remains unclear. He played in five games in his first year at Michigan, which will count as his first season of eligibility, but the status of 2014 is unknown. He was quoted as saying that he hoped to have the 2014 season count as a redshirt year.

From WVU:

Saw action in one game as a sophomore … appeared in five games at left guard, making three starts during freshman season … made first career appearance against Indiana (10/19) and made first career start against Michigan State (11/2) … attended St. Francis High, coached by Greg Purnell … earned all-state first-team honors in his junior and senior seasons … played in the 2013 Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl … No. 157 on the 2013 ESPN300 … No. 7 ranked offensive tackle and No. 6 player in Illinois according to ESPN in 2013 … four-star prospect according to Scout.com.


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