The West Virginia backcourt mixes new faces with old |

West Virginia will go into the 2022-23 season with six guards on the men’s basketball roster. Three of those are returnees from last year – Kedrian Johnson, Kobe Johnson and Seth Wilson – but the group figures look markedly different from last year’s lineup, which relied on goalscorer Taz Sherman and long-distance marksman Sean McNeil for much of its offensive strike. Sherman and fellow guard Malik Curry played off their selection criteria while McNeil made the switch.

In their place, WVU added two transfers with very good CVs and a newcomer who the coaching staff believe could be a hidden developmental gem.