Keith Washington, a former Michigan Wolverine, announced his commitment
to play for the West Virginia Mountaineers on Tuesday.
Washington had transferred from Michigan after a year
and a half. He played at Copiah-Lincoln Junior College in Alabama this season, and announced his decision to come to Morgantown,
W. Va., on Twitter.
First I would like to thank God for allowing me to play the sport I love. I would also like to thank
the CoLin coaching staff, the Michigan fans, and all the coaches who recruited me. I will be continuing my career at West
Virginia University ⚠️ #TakeMeHome18pic.twitter.com/oQ2eRTY3pE
He is the No. 13 ranked cornerback in the 247Sports Composite Rankings, and grades out as a 3-star player. At 6-foot-2
and 170 pounds, he still has room to grow.
“Out of all the schools I visited, that one gave me the best feeling that felt like home to me,” Washington
said of West Virginia, according to a report from Chris
Anderson at EerSports. “That’s a national program, too.”