Camp Reactions

West Virginia wrapped up its final high school camp of the offseason on Saturday, hosting approximately 310 campers. goes inside the session to examine the early participants and their thoughts on camp.

The Mountaineer coaching staff hosted numerous recruits for their final camp of their year. Included in that group were several rising sophomores and juniors visiting WVU for the first time.

2015 Chesterfield (Va.) wide receiver Trevion Armstrong had an excellent visit. One of the top wide receivers on the Mountaineers' board in his class, Armstrong felt he definitely impressed and believes he'll soon be rewarded for his efforts.

"It was a great day with Coach (Lonnie) Galloway," he said. "We were able to talk a good bit. I will know about an offer Monday and WVU has been my favorite school due to how many times they throw the ball."

Armstrong has early offers from Old Dominion and James Madison, along with interest from West Virginia, Virginia and Virginia Tech.

Huntersville (N.C.) running back Will Eason made his first trip to West Virginia on Saturday. The 2016 prospect left campus holding the Mountaineers in high regard.

"I loved it," Eason exclaimed. "I love the coaching staff and their facilities. I love the way they run things out there. After this visit they are high on my list and I feel like good news is coming in the next few days.

Colerain (Oh.) High School athlete Kelvin Cook made the quick trip to campus on Saturday along with his teammates Tegray Scales and Jalen Christian. The 5-foot-11, 170-pound athlete believes the Mountaineers made an excellent impression.

"The visit went well," Cook said. "I liked the facilities and the coaches. I think WVU really has a lot to offer from an athlete and student standpoint."

Rising junior P.J. Fulmore als made his first trip to West Virginia on Saturday. The 5-foot-8, 170 pound running back from Pittsburgh felt he walked away from camp with a clear vision of what the Mountaineers have to offer.

"The overall visit was pretty good," he said. "I liked the coaches, facilities and camp itself. There was a lot of competition there but I feel like I did pretty good."

Bradenton, Fla. cornerback Matthew Boateng was one of the most impressive campers during drill sessions. The rising senior, who holds an offer from Akron, believes he caught the attention of the Mountaineer coaching staff. "I was definitely the best corner there," the confident defender said. "I had no balls caught on me. Coach (Brian) Mitchell was loving me. And from what a couple of the coaches were telling me I should be hearing from them soon about an offer."

Ballou High School (Washington, D.C.) linebacker William Richardson was another standout performer on Saturday. A 2015 prospect, Richardson felt the Mountaineers played host to the top camp he's attended throughout the summer. the summer. I liked the campus, as well."

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