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COMMITMENT: Virginia lands four star OG Noah Josey

Huge offensive guard picks the Hoos over some big-time competitors

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The Virginia Cavaliers landed a huge commitment for the offensive line on Thursday night as Noah Josey declared his intention to head to Charlottesville. Josey, a 6-5, 280 pound offensive guard, is a native of Brentwood, Tennessee. This is a huge get for Bronco Mendenhall and offensive line coach Garrett Tujague as Josey picked Virginia over the likes of Alabama, Auburn, LSU, Michigan, Ohio State, and Virginia Tech. He is considered a four-star recruit by Rivals.

As a class of 2021 member, Josey is set to be on Grounds next season. Virginia will lose fourth year Chris Glaser from the roster as he’s set to graduate this coming spring, but the offensive line is one of the strongest units the Cavaliers have this season. Josey is described a good downhill run-blocker, and will fit well in Virginia’s offensive scheme.

His football skills are impressive, but unsurprisingly, Josey is a well-rounded person, too. Per his Twitter page, he has a 4.41 GPA at the Brentwood Academy and got a 27 on his ACT.

Welcome to the Cavaliers, Noah!