Several West Virginia targets plan to make their college decisions soon. BlueGoldNews.com breaks down the latest developments on each and looks at their current favorites.
West Virginia has some prospects high on its recruiting board that could be deciding soon. Many have listed favorites and pegged visits to WVU.
Durham (N.C.) Hillside teammates wide receiver Trevion Thompson and running back Donte Thomas-Williams included West Virginia in their top list of schools, Hillside head coach Antonio King said in a text message to FOXSportsNEXT recruiting analyst Michael Clark.
Thompson released his top six -- Ohio State, Clemson, Florida State, N.C. State, North Carolina and West Virginia -- in no order.
Thomas Williams has a final four of West Virginia, Florida State, Clemson and Notre Dame.
Scout.com three-star WR/CB Isaiah McKenzie recently named his top five schools. They include West Virginia, Rutgers, Notre Dame, Cincinnati and Kentucky.
The American Heritage (Fla.) two-way standout recently told Scout.com that Notre Dame led for his services after his recent trip and offer from the Irish.
Georgia Military College linebacker JaKevin Jackson plans to visit West Virginia on July 22.
Jackson, who has publicly stated the Mountaineers were atop his list, also holds offers from Cincinnati and Kansas State.
Another prospect planning to visit WVU in July is cornerback Davin Pierce.
The 6-foot-2, 175 pound defender recently announced his intentions to commit to the Mountaineers, yet is waiting on his visit to make it official. He plans to visit on July 18th.
Elizabeth (Pa.) wide receiver/safety JaQuan Davidson is contemplating a decision soon, he told BlueGoldNews in a text message.
"I'm thinking of committing soon and my top schools are West Virginia and Pitt," Davidson said.
Davidson currently holds double-digit offers.
Miramar (Fla.) wide receiver Khalil Lewis is planning to commit before his junior season. The Mountaineers were the first to offer the 5-foot-10, 175 pound, 2015 recruit.
"I'm thinking about committing before the start of the season," Lewis said in a message to BlueGoldNews.com.
West Virginia finds itself in solid position for Lewis, who is coached by former Mountaineer linebacker Damon Cogdell.