The Mountaineers, with their usual quick pace and detailed organization, went through a series of individual and unit combination drills, finishing the first 45-plus minutes with a skeleton session. First up, the backs, under position coach JaJuan Seider, focus upon pad level and footwork, as shown below.
Next, WVU's skeleton session with a focus on freshman quarterback William Crest. Crest worked with the third team, behind starter Clint Trickett and fellow reserve Paul Millard. Trickett located his wideouts efficiently and delivered a very catchable ball during the session. Millard was a bit delayed in decision making, but worked against a mismatch as WVU's second-team secondary is a bit stronger than its second level of wideouts. Crest was solid, but showed some delays as well, one almost certainly resulting in a sack.