"When I got down to West Virginia, I met with one of the strength coaches, and he showed me around the facilities, and gave me a tour," Niederreither said of this weekend's visit. "It was a good refresher, because I haven't been there in a while. Then I got to talk to Coach Bill Kirelawich and catch up with him.
"I really like the atmosphere there," he continued. I have some friends from my school that go down there, and they say it's something you can't experience at any other school. Everyone is 100% devoted to the team."
Neiderreither clearly likes WVU, and has also developed a good bond with Kirelawich.
"I think it's important to be pushed and challenged in everything you do, and Coach Kirlav does that. He is a great coach in everything he does. You know how he is feeling about you -- he tells you the truth. He is honest and I think that's very important to have that from your coach."
West Virginia is the only school to offer a scholarship to this point, but Niederreither has a couple of other potential visits lined up before he will make a decision.
"I think Syracuse will offer me if I go up and work out for them, so I am planning to do that, and I may also visit Maryland," he said. "I have to check with them. The last visit will be in early July, and if everything goes as planned, I may make a decision right after the Fourth of July. Things could change, but I would like to make my decision before summer is over."