Davis and Small are ranked the fifth and sixth-best transfers, respectively, nationally while Joye is No. 9, White No. 11 and Goodley No. 17, respectively, for JUCOs. Prep-wise Armstrong checks in at No. 129 while Smith is No. 151.
"We're very happy with our recruiting class," WVU coach Mike Carey said. "We addressed our needs with our posts and guards. With what we have returning and the addition of our newcomers we really like the makeup of this team and are looking forward to the upcoming season."
WVU is the third-highest Big East team to be ranked in the top 50 by All-Star Girl's Report. WVU trails only Rutgers (No. 4) and Connecticut (No. 8). WVU bested Notre Dame (No. 21), Louisville (No. 26), Pitt (No. 28), Cincinnati (No. 35), South Florida (No. 41), Syracuse (No. 46), Marquette (No. 48) and Villanova (No. 50).