Highly rated 2014 point guard has WVU in top three

July 31, 2013

Kaleb Joseph, a 6-foot-3 rising senior at Cushing Academy in Ashburnham, Mass., announced via Twitter that he had narrowed his college choices to West Virginia, Syracuse and Providence.

Joseph is a point guard who is ranked overall #51 in the Class of 2014, according to ESPN. Rivals.com has him listed as the #56 player in his class. The ESPN scouting report says: “Long and lanky, he projects as a well built guard once his frame fills out. He has good versatility with the ball in his hands and is able to attack the defense.”

Joseph is from Nashua, NH, and according to his Instagram account had also received scholarship offers from the University of Connecticut, Maryland, Boston College and Georgetown.

After news that Joseph had included the Mountaineers in his final three broke, excited WVU fans took to Twitter.

@AHoltWVU tweeted: “Kaleb Joseph would be WVU’s highest recruit ever! How awesome would that be? Blue and Gold!”

@DPrez304 tweeted: “Hoping Kaleb Joseph goes to WVU…they could use him.”