NCAAF: West Virginia receives commitment from pass rusher Romando Johnson


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Pass rusher Romando Johnson has given a commitment to West Virginia after visiting over the weekend.

Johnson, who can play either defensive end or outside linebacker, visited Rutgers the previous weekend.

Johnson, who is 6-foot-4 and 240 pounds, reportedly also received interest from Penn State, Pitt, Miami, Florida, Texas A&M, Tennessee, Wisconsin and Boston College, among others.

Johnson, a three-star prospect from Monarch High in Coconut Creek, Fla., is the 11th commitment in West Virginia’s 2025 class.

–Field Level Media


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