Commitments Added, Confirmed

The Charleston Gazette is reporting a couple of new commitments for the Mountaineer football program.

The first commitment is defensive back Dwayne Mundle (6-2, 200) of Central Tech in Toronto, Canada. Mundle was a first team selection to the All Canada Gridiron team. He was also an honroable mention pick in 2000 as a member of the Lawrence Park team in Toronto, and is a forty foot triple jumper for the Central Tech track team.

The bonus is that Mundle, like recent commitment Durrell Weekly, will be able to enroll at WVU in January. Mundle is already qualified.

Farrell Runs
The second commitment is Uniontown athlete Carl Farrell. Farrell (6-2, 185) is a multi talented player who has played wide receiver, quarterback, and kick returner for the Red Raiders.

The final commitment is the affirmation of a previous lean to the WVU program. Fullback/linebacker Kevin McLee (6-2, 240), a teammate of Carl Farrell's at Uniontown, gave his firm verbal commitment to WVU.

During the summer, we reported on both McLee and Farrell at camp:

A pair of players from Uniontown High School in Pennsylvania also drew attention on Monday. Carl Farrell, a quarterback who could also play wide receiver or defensive back, showed some impressive movement skills despite participating in sneakers. Farrell has been making the rounds of several summer camps recently.

Farrell's teammate, Kevin McLee has the bloodlines and West Virginia connections that also make him a Mountaineer target. The 6-2, 240 McLee has two uncles, running back Reggie and linebacker William, who played football at WVU in the late 1970s. McLee's father played at the University of Georgia and was a 1000 yard rusher as well as third on the Bulldogs' alltime career carries list. McLee also had a relative who played at Michigan State, and can boast Terry Metcalfe on his mother's family tree as well. The powerful McLee would get looks at both fullback and linebacker, where he plays for the Red Raiders.

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