"I know that West Virginia isn't a school that overlooks the City League," Knapp said. "Some other schools think we're not as good, but WVU knows that we play good football."
The steady senior to be has put up some impressive numbers in his career so far. He has completed 150 of 280 passes for 3526 yards and 51 TDs in two seasons at Perry, while suffering only 10 interceptions, including just three last year. He's also added six rushing scores.
"I'm a little bit more of a dropback passer," Knapp told BlueGoldNews.com. "My strength is in reading defenses, and I think that shows in my low interception totals."
Knapp also could see action as a free safety on defense this season, which could make him more attractive to colleges.
Knapp was a first team all conference pick at quarterback, and was also the City League's offensive player of the year as a junior. And, as one might expect from his heady play, he was also a first team pick on the Pennsylvania Football News All-Academic team.
Knapp, who attended WVU's junior day last month, termed WVU "a first class operation."
"The coaches were very sincere with me, and I had a good time there."
Knapp, who also plays baseball and plans to rejoing the basketball team this year after taking a couple of seasons off, says that he will probably take all of his visits before making a decision.
"I'll probably wait until after the season before making up my mind."