Offers continue to steadily come in for St. Stanislaus quarterback Myles Brennan.
The junior picked up an offer from West Virginia late Sunday night. The Mountaineers are the sixth school to offer the prolific passer, joining Troy, South Alabama, Cincinnati, Kentucky and Cal.
Brennan has already passed for 3,331 yards and 30 touchdowns this season, while rushing for nearly 300 yards and four scores. His numbers are just off of last year's 5,797-yard, 64-touchdown pace. Through nine games a year ago, Brennan had thrown for 3,380 yards and 34 touchdowns.
The reigning Sun Herald Player of the Year, who was named to MaxPreps.com's National Player of the Year watch list, previously said he's in no rush to make a verbal commitment and will let the recruiting process play out.
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