West Virginia Set to Host Standout Jayden Comma

West Virginia has been actively recruiting the state of Georgia for the class of 2017 and its efforts appear to be paying off with a pair of early commitments. Could another pledge be on the horizon?

Since receiving an offer from West Virginia in early June, Roswell (Ga.) wide receiver Jayden Comma has placed the Mountaineers high on his list of schools vying for his commitment. This weekend he’ll receive an up-close look at the program as he visits for the first time.

“I just want to see what they have to offer,” Comma told BlueGoldNews.com. “I want to see if it’s a place I can call home.”

The man spearheading his recruitment is new cornerbacks coach Blue Adams, who’s already formed a tight bond with the receiver.

“He’s a cool guy and we talk often,” Comma explained. “He’s a good guy because he cares more about my future as a person than as a football player. I like that a lot.” 


The 6-foot-2, 207-pound Comma, has a variety of options in which school to ultimately choose. With over a dozen programs in hot pursuit it’s believed West Virginia, Louisville and Maryland are the frontrunners. As a junior Comma recorded 51 receptions for 1.087 yards and 13 touchdowns while playing the outside receiver positions.

West Virginia currently holds two commitments at the wide receiver position – Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) Michael Harley Jr. and Delray Beach (Fla.) Alec Sinkfield. The Mountaineers have 13 players who are currently verbally committed.

BlueGoldNews will have more from Jayden Comma following his visit.

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