To say Nolan Groulx had a breakout season last fall would be an understatement.
The 5-foot-11, 180-pound Groulx, who recently transferred to Cornelius (N.C.) Hough, had 108 receptions for 1,853 yards and 24 touchdowns for Davidson Day.
West Virginia was one of the most recent schools to offer.
"The fan base at West Virginia stands out," Groulx said. "They love football and the university. I also really love the facilities and environment. I'm going back to visit this spring. I'm looking forward to seeing the rest of the campus and meeting all the coaches.
"Wide receivers coach Tyron Carrier is recruiting me and we have a great relationship. I also know quarterback Will Grier well because his dad coached me. He's told me he loves it there. He said everyone shows the players a lot of love and that the coaching staff is great."
His next visit will likely be Wake Forest.
"I'm not sure when I'll go, but it will definitely be soon," Groulx said. "I have a teammate going there and another one who's committed. They both love the coaches and have told me nothing but good things. An offer from them would definitely mean a lot.
"I have a really strong relationship with (offensive coordinator) coach (Warren) Ruggiero. And I'm looking forward to getting up there and developing relationships with all the coaches. I'm excited about the visit."
In regards to camps this summer, Groulx plans to head to North Carolina, NC State, Wake Forest and Virginia Tech.