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West Virginia is preparing to host its second junior day of the year as the Mountaineer staff readies to host top talent from across the east coast. examines the list of prospects scheduled to be in attendance.

Several quarterback prospects in the class of 2015 will make the trip. The Plains (Ohio) signal caller Joey Burrow, who received an offer from the Mountaineers earlier this month, will visit for the first time.

Chattanooga (TN) quarterback Nick Tiano also plans to be in attendance. Despite not having an offer from West Virginia, he's fresh off his first offer from Miami (FL). Tiano has strong ties to the Mountaineer program, having family just a short hour away from campus.

Hubbard (Ohio) running back L.J. Scott will once again make the trip, joining his teammate and Mountaineer commit offensive lineman Matt Jones. Both four-star prospects were in attendance earlier this month. The addition of Scott to the visitor list couldn't have come at a better time for the Mountaineers, as he received offers from both Alabama and Auburn earlier this week.

Reisterstown (Md.) twin brothers Jordan and Jacquez Adams have also confirmed to make the trip. The Mountaineers are one of two schools, along with Wisconsin, to offer both athletes. Both have indicated West Virginia sits firm in their recruitment, and this weekend could provide the chance to make their decisions official.

A pair of defensive line standouts also plans to make their way to Morgantown.

Olney (Md.) defensive end Darius Fullwood received an offer from the Mountaineers earlier this month, and will now visit. The three-star boasts over a dozen offers and hold West Virginia high on that list.

Clelin Ferrell hopes to get a look at the Mountaineers up close this weekend. The Richmond, Va., four-star received an offer a few months back, but has yet to visit.

A couple fast-rising offensive lineman will join to mix of prospects this weekend, one a return visitor, the other making his first trip.

Ballou HS (Washington, D.C.) offensive lineman Levon Livingston makes a return trip to West Virginia. Livingston has seen his recruitment skyrocket over the last week, receiving offer from both the Mountaineers, Kentucky and UNC-Charlotte.

Making his first trip to West Virginia is Cincinnati (Ohio) offensive lineman George Brown. The three-star has an extensive offer list from some of the top schools in the nation.

Updated lists of visitors can be viewed on our message board. will have complete, in-depth coverage of visitors after they complete their trips to campus.

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