In The Fold

It took a while to get everything sorted out, but Eric Kinsey officially added his name to West Virginia's football Class of 2013 on Thursday morning.

Eric Kinsey, who pushed back his signing day announcement to late Wednesday evening, finally made it official on Thursday morning when he sumbitted his Letter of Intent to West Virginia.

Kinsey had previously committed to Mississippi, but was considered a strong lean to WVU in the run-up to Signing Day.

Bio: Played for coach Billy Rolle at Miami Northwestern HS … as a senior, he helped Northwestern finish with a 7-3 record … finished with 87 tackles, including 24 for loss, and 10 sacks as a senior … also forced five fumbles and had three fumble recoveries … named All-Dade County 8A-6A first team by the Miami Herald … No. 5 on Miami Herald Miami-Dade County Top 25 … No. 1 defensive lineman top players by position … No. 12 on the Miami Herald Top 101 players … played in the Nike South Florida All-Star Game … finished with 19 tackles for loss and had 14 sacks as a junior … No. 69 strong-side defensive end nationally … No. 179 recruit in state of Florida … 2010 Miami Herald All-Dade County honorable mention … also offered by Louisville, Nebraska, Ole Miss, USF and Vanderbilt.

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