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Miramar Pipeline Continues With Mathis

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Devonte Mathis scores a game-tying touchdown earlier this season against St. Thomas Aquinas. Devonte Mathis scores a game-tying touchdown earlier this season against St. Thomas Aquinas.
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MORGANTOWN -

Next season, Mountaineer quarterback Geno Smith will continue to throw the ball around to former high school teammates Stedman Bailey and Ivan McCartney, but now there seems to be a new Miramar alum for Smith to target.

Devonte Mathis (Miramar, FL / Miramar), a talented 6'1" 205-pound physical wide receiver, verbally committed Tuesday morning to Head Coach Dana Holgorsen and the Mountaineers.

Mathis ranks as a three-star prospect on Rivals.com and the 61st overall WR in the nation.  The Mountaineers beat out some major football programs for his services, as Florida State, Louisville, Mississippi, North Carolina, Ohio State, South Florida, UCF, UCLA and Wake Forest all tendered scholarships.

He becomes the 19th commitment in the 2012 class for WVU and the fifth wide receiver commitment, joining Deontay McManus (Baltimore, MD / Dunbar), Darreal Joyner (Miami, FL / Miami Central), Devonte Robinson (Delray Beach, FL / Village Academy) and Trevor Williams (Towson, MD / Calvert Hall).

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