Former Boston College signee Kevin Noreen has ended his recruitment for a second time, signing with West Virginia on Monday night.
According to a source, Noreen visited the Morgantown campus and made his decision shortly after. The Mountaineers had one scholarship left for next season, and Noreen jumped at the opportunity to play in the Big East.
Noreen, a 6-foot-10 big man from Minnesota Transitions Charter, received his release from Boston College after head coach Al Skinner was fired. Noreen averaged 36.5 points during his final high school season.
He reportedly chose the Mountaineers over Washington State, Arkansas and dozens of other schools who became involved when he opened his recruitment.