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West Virginia Adds Standout Four-Star RB to 2025 Class

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Class of 2025 four-star running back Deandre Desinor announced his commitment to the West Virginia Mountaineers via Instagram on Monday. The news of Desinor's commitment follows a momentous recruiting weekend in Morgantown, during which other recruiting targets made official visits.

Desinor is 5-foot-9 and 175 pounds and attended Delray Beach Atlantic High School in Delray Beach, Fla. He is the highest-rated recruit in the Mountaineers' 2025 recruiting class and chose West Virginia over Alabama, Penn State, Texas A&M and dozens of other schools.

West Virginia Targeted Desinor

WVU Offensive Coordinator Chad Scott made Desinor a top target since the beginning of his recruitment. Receivers coach Bilal Marshall was the lead recruiter in bringing Desinor to Morgantown.

The four-star running back attended junior day in Morgantown during the winter and then returned for a spring practice. His third visit, the official visit, solidified his commitment to WVU.

“I don’t feel as if there’s any other place better where I can be developed,” Desinor said.

Desinor's Impressive Credentials

Desinor is the nation’s 259th overall prospect, the 18th overall running back and the 38th highest-rated recruit from Florida, according to On3 Industry Rating—a weighted average calculated using ratings from all four major recruiting companies.

Desinor transferred into Delray Beach Atlantic in 2024 after his 2023 campaign at Plantation American Heritage. In 2023, he rushed 67 times for 674 yards and 10 touchdowns. In 2022, he carried the ball 128 times for 1,248 yards and 16 touchdowns at North Broward Prep.

Desinor also ran track at American Heritage. He was a member of the 4x100 squad that won the Florida High School Athletic Association 3A title and the Pepsi Florida Relays. He recorded a 10.87-second time in the 100-meter dash.

WVU's Recruiting Success

Coach Neal Brown and Scott are assembling an impressive 2025 recruiting class. The mountaineers currently hold the 36th overall ranking in the 2025 recruiting class according to 247Sports. WVU has eight commitments so far in the class, including offensive lineman Gavin Crawford and quarterback Scotty Fox. With the addition of Desinor, additional recruits who made official visits to Morgantown may be motivated to join him and make the 2025 class a special one.

Stay tuned to College Football Dawgs for further news regarding West Virginia's success on the recruiting trail.


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