Last Raps

This is it, one of the final looks at West Virginia's last practice open to the media this fall camp.

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.

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