West Virginia Hosts Ohio Win Dwayne Cohill For Another Visit

West Virginia welcomed Parma Heights (Oh.) guard Dwayne Cohill for a return visit this past weekend. The class of 2018 standout reflects on his visit with BlueGoldNews.com.

 Parma Heights (Oh.) guard Dwayne Cohill  a class of 2018 prospect, has a long way to go in his recruitment. However, a weekend visit to West Virginia Mountaineers left him impressed.

 “It’s was great,” Cohill said, looking back on his visit. “I loved the people, the atmosphere and everything else about the school.”

 Cohill (6’2, 175 lbs.) has visited the Mountaineers on prior occasions. This time around, though, he was able to get a more personal look into the program.

 “The visit was a lot different,” Cohill said. “I got to see how coach (Bob Huggins) interacts with his players and the community. I also got to see how much people love WVU sports and how highly they speak about it.”

 West Virginia and Xavier are two programs to extend an early offer – which is why it’s no surprise those two lead early for his services.

 “They (WVU) are definitely a top two school if I was going to make a decision today.”

 Scout.com ranks Cohill as three-star prospect.

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