West Virginia Mountaineers

West Virginia Football: 2022-23 Transfer Portal Tracker

NCAA Football: Oklahoma State at West Virginia

Neal Brown and the West Virginia Mountaineers are coming off a 5-7 season in 2022 and will look to turn things around in 2023. In order to do that, the Mountaineers will need to add some contributors in the transfer portal.

The NCAA Transfer Portal has become one of the main talking points in college football circles but has also become a path by which coaches can add instant difference-makers to their roster.

Here’s a comprehensive look at all of the incoming and outgoing transfers for the West Virginia Mountaineers for the 2022-23 cycle.




  • Chris Mayo, IOL (Three-Star) – Eastern Michigan
  • Charles Woods, CB (Three-Star) – SMU
  • Mumu Bin-Wahad, CB (Three-Star) -Connecticut
  • Will Crowder, QB (Three-Star) – Arkansas State
  • Saint McLeod, S (Three-Star)
  • Corbin Page, TE (Three-Star)
  • J.T. Daniels, QB (Five-Star) – Rice
  • Tyrin Woodby, CB (Three-Star)
  • Jordan White, IOL (Three-Star) – Liberty
  • Kaden Prather, WR (Four-Star) – Maryland
  • Taijh Alston, EDGE (Three-Star) – Colorado
  • Jordan Jefferson, DL (Three-Star) -LSU
  • Mike O’Laughlin, TE (Three-Star)
  • Reese Smith, WR (Three-Star) – Liberty
  • Naim Muhammad, CB (Three-Star) – Kent State


  • Fatorma Mulbah, DL (Three-Star) – Penn State
  • Devin Carter, WR (Three-Star) – NC State
  • Davoan Hawkins, DL (Three-Star) – Tennessee State
  • Keyshawn Cobb, S (Three-Star) – Buffalo
  • Michael Hayes, P (Three-Star) – Georgia State
  • Chase Rodriguez, IOL (Three-Star) – ULM
  • Kole Taylor, TE (Three-Star) – LSU
  • Montre Miller, CB (Three-Star) – Kent State
  • Ja’Shaun Poke, WR (Three-Star) – Kent State

All transfer portal information is courtesy of On3’s transfer portal database.

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