Jesse McCulloch, EJ Walker, Colin White on WVU campus for unofficial visit

West Virginia Men’s Basketball set to welcome three unofficial visitors: 2024 PF Jesse McCulloch, 2025G EJ Walker and 2024G Colin White. Talented high school hopefuls will check out the basketball facilities and watch the football game against Towson.

McCulloch (6-foot-9, 190 pounds) is a top 100 prospect in the 2024 class. Travis Branham of 247 Sports reported that McCulloch will travel to West Virginia this weekend. McCulloch holds offers for Akron, Butler, Cincinnati, Cleveland State, Eastern Michigan, Indiana, Iowa, Kent State, Michigan, Michigan State, Missouri, Ohio, Ohio State, Toledo, Virginia Tech, Wisconsin and Xavier. The 3-star prospect begins his junior season at Lutheran East High School in Cleveland, Ohio.

Walker (6-foot-8, 220 pounds) has had offers from Duquesne, Northern Kentucky, Ohio, Stony Brook, Toledo and Youngstown State. Walker’s recruiting has accelerated rapidly over the past two months as the second year on the rise attracts the attention of major major programs. Walker visited Cincinnati, Miami (OH), Purdue, Ohio State and Xavier. WVU assistant Josh Eilert visited Walker at Lloyd Memorial High School in Kentucky on Thursday.

“I can’t wait to tour the campus, meet the staff and the players, but I’m really excited to have the chance to speak with Coach Huggins! He’s a legend,” Walker said. WV Sports now.

White (6-foot-5) begins his junior season at Ottawa-Glandorf High School in Ohio. White is a multi-sport athlete who also plays football and baseball for the Titans. The rising prospect has received offers from Akron, State of Illinois, Northern Iowa, Ohio, Toledo and others. White plans to visit Belmont, Illinois State, Ohio State and Xavier this fall.

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