Road rage has always been an issue in this country, but ever since the global pandemic subsided just a bit to let people get some since of normalcy back in their lives, it has seemingly gotten worse/
West Virginia quarterback recruit Raheim Jeter’s mother, Latresha Hughes, said her son was a victim of that when he was shot during a “road rage incident,” but Jeter said he is “doing well and recovering,” per Chris Anderson of 247Sports.
Hughes posted the following message on Facebook:
“[Good morning good morning]!! Some may know, some may not my son Raheim Jeter was involved in a road rage incident on Friday 2/18/2022. He was shot in his left leg and will be having surgery soon. I’m asking that everybody keep us in your prayers. I can’t say much about the incident because I don’t know everything, but I will say my God is awesome! Thanks to everyone who reached out and continue to pray for him.”
Jeter, the 3-star prospect in the class of 2023, joined West Virginia’s 2023 class in December after he threw for 2,979 yards, 27 touchdowns and seven interceptions as a junior.
He selected the Mountaineers over Kentucky, Auburn, Charlotte, Georgia, Memphis, Missouri, Temple and Virginia Tech.
West Virginia was 6-7 during the 2021 campaign.