WR Marcus Simms Set to Leave West Virginia

And thats that. Simms was set to be the 1A or 1B receiver this year next to TJ Simmons, but apparently Simmons is going to be the sole number one receiver.

Simms finished his WVU career with 87 catches for 1457 yards and 8 touchdowns. His last play unfortently as a Mountaineer was against Oklahoma that left him in the concussion protocol. Simms expressed the same feeling when he retweeted a fan that replied to his comment with those remarks.

Simms was going to play in the Camping world bowl but an hour before game time he had to pull out with a hamstring issue. Then after just two practices in spring ball his hamstring issue rose again and he had to sit the rest of spring. Later in spring ball Coach Neal Brown would tell the media that Simms had to attend a personal issue, and Simms hasn’t returned to the team since then.

There is no indication where he’s heading to, and according to The Dominion Post Simms isn’t in the transfer portal yet. So stay tuned for more details.

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