Junior college nose tackle Quay Mays commits to West Virginia

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — West Virginia picked up its first commitment from a true defensive lineman in the 2020 recruiting class as junior college defensive tackle Quay Mays announced that he will attend WVU. Mays has two years of eligibility remaining and will enroll in January.

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