"They have been there before anybody since my freshman year," he explained. "If I was going to commit now, I would commit to them. That is how bad I like West Virginia."
While West Virginia appears to be the perfect match for Gee, he explains that he is not ready to pull the trigger just yet.
"I am holding back to see if I get other schools I like to offer me. Virginia Tech is another big one I like. If they offer me I will really have to weigh all the factors."
Those factors include playing time and his relationship with the coaching staff, he added. "I want to make sure if I get injured that I won't lose my place."
All of this is hypothetical; however, as the Hokies have yet to extend a scholarship offer to Gee. "They said they want to see me at camp and see me run my 40. I run a 4.5 flat."
Gee hopes to fit in a trip to Virginia Tech this summer if his mother's schedule permits. "If my mom planned it, then yes for sure I will visit this summer."