Morgantown, West Virginia – After it was announced that new red-shirt striker Isaiah Cottrell was leaving West Virginia and entering a transfer portal, he went live on Instagram to answer questions and interact with fans.
Cottrell said his reasons for leaving had nothing to do with the NIL deal and he has repeatedly said he was “unhappy.”
Cottrell, who said he hadn’t thought in a million years. that he will keep going, maintaining his abilities when lovers call him “soft” and “slow.”
“Yes, I was slow at the start of the season because I was still injured. But I’m not slow now,” Cottrell said. “I didn’t give up on the team at any point this season.”
Cottrell also admits he hasn’t shot well this season, but added, “I got 32% from three points. That is th. my first and i track tofu.
Cottrell alluded to being dissatisfied with playing and being played out of position.
“I’ve never played with my back to the basket in my life and I’m not 5 (middle). And there are a lot of games that I don’t get to play.”
Cottrell said he had 15 schools contacted him with offers this afternoon since he announced them and wasn’t sure which schools he was interested in.
“West Virginia have the best lovers but you have to do what you have to do. I have four full seasons left and I’m excited about the future,” added Cottrell.