Timber Creek HS RB Zaire Williams had originally planned to announce his college destination during his senior season. But after making a camping stop at West Virginia just last month, the talented playmaker bumped his decision date up.
On Monday, Williams pledged his services to the Mountaineers, becoming the 8th commitment in the 2013 class.no comments
With kids all across the country attending camps and taking vacations before the new season, recruiting can sometimes be slow during the summer months as kids wait until the season to take official visits. For the Mountaineers, seven guys have already made the call to play for the Gold and Blue.
Here is a review of verbal commits to the 2013 class, and some kids to keep an eye on.no comments
Osbourn Park (Va.) athlete, Damian Nicholson, hasn't made his love for West Virginia University much of a secret. If you follow the talented recruit on twitter, you'd know the Mountaineers are one of the programs catching his attention.
On Saturday, Nicholson visited Morgantown and was able to go more in-depth on what the 'Eers have to offer. Following his visit, he took the time to update us on his trip with a Q&A session. Here's what he had to say --no comments
West Virginia picked up their seventh verbal commitment on Monday night, as in-state fullback Elijah Wellman (Spring Valley HS, WV) chose the Mountaineers.
Wellman, who will play fullback, chose the Mountaineers over offers from Marshall, Bowling Green, Ohio and Charlotte. He will be the only fullback in the 2013 recruiting class.no comments
The summer months will no doubt be a busy time for the West Virginia football coaching staff. Not only are they given the task on preparing for the 2012 season, the game of recruiting will also start to heat up.
During June and July, Milan Puskar Stadium will play host to elite talent from all across the country. The Mountaineer staff will conduct individual visits from recruits, but also 7-on-7 mini team camps.
During this time, we'll compile of list of visitors expected to arrive or participate. We'll focus primarily with 2013 WVU targets. Since things kickoff this weekend, let's take a look at the visitors.
The West Virginia staff has continued to make progress recruiting the state of Texas, and that process took another step forward today with the commitment of Tyler Tezeno.
Tezeno, 6-foot-3, 290 pounds becomes the sixth verbal pledge in the 2013 recruiting class. He also becomes the seconds offensive line commit.
The talented big man took to twitter to express his happiness in choosing his college destination.
With one running back already committed in the 2013 recruiting class, West Virginia is still in hot pursuit of another.
Given the reputation of the Mountaineers explosive offense, finding another back shouldn't be difficult. One prospect who's name you'll want to keep an eye on is, Zaire Williams.