WVU Fantasy Camp Has Plenty Of Personality

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - The latest incarnation of the Bob Huggins fantasy camp will include some new faces, and some old familiar ones. We check in with the latter first, getting an update from Huggins on his team's offseason workouts, as well as details of the current careers and reflective takes from former players John Flowers and Marc Bulger.

First, Huggins delves into the details of the camp, his take on what has changed in the six years he has ran the program, and the basic schedule of both the campers, and the former players like Flowers, Devin Ebanks and Kevin Jones, who come to Morgantown to workout during the offseason. Huggins also gives his take on his returning team, and what tweaks might be needed to his approach to better utilize the expected NCAA rule changes.

Flowers, below, discusses his career playing in both Japan and now France, his free agency in the European market, his weight fluctuation during the season due to culinary differences and the development of his game and the overall camp experience in the multiple years he has worked with the program while training during the summers at WVU.

And finally, former All-Big East player and NFL All-Pro Marc Bulger - in a BlueGoldNews.com exclusive - speaks to his basketball playing days at Central Catholic High in Pittsburgh, his at-times emerging golf game living in Florida, his experiences sitting behind the Mountaineer bench during games, and his take on the differences and similarities in legendary coaches like Huggins and Don Nehlen, for whom Bulger played from 1996-99.

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