Justin Jackson, Men's Basketball, Sports, WVU Sports

Clarence Nadolny picks Texas Tech over West Virginia, Iowa State

MORGANTOWN, W. Va. — Clarence Nadolny, a 6-foot-3 shooting guard who played last season at Scotland (Pa.) Performance Institute prep school, committed to Texas Tech on Monday.
West Virginia was a finalist for Nadolny’s services, as was Iowa State. He took an official visit to West Virginia on April 20.
Nadolny, from Paris, France, first came to the United States in 2017 and was rated a 3-star prospect.
The Mountaineers have already signed three guards in their four-man recruiting class, but a source said West Virginia would like to add a fourth guard and another forward to the class.
The school previously signed Cincinnati Moeller high school point guard Miles McBride, as well as junior-college prospects Sean McNeil and Tajzmel Sherman at the guard spots.
That currently gives the Mountaineers seven guards on scholarship for next season, including Jermaine Haley, Jordan McCabe, Brandon Knapper and Chase Harler.
Five-star forward Oscar Tshiebwe is the highlight of the Mountaineers’ recruiting class.
West Virginia is also awaiting word on high school forward Kenyon Martin Jr., a 3-star prospect from Sierra Canyon (Chatsworth, Calif.) High School.
Martin Jr. is the son of Kenyon Martin, who starred at Cincinnati under Bob Huggins and was the No. 1 overall pick of the 2000 NBA Draft.
Martin recently narrowed his list down to West Virginia, UCLA, Vanderbilt and TCU.
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