WVU Players Discuss Camp Progress

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - A trio of Mountaineers discuss West Virginia football camp's progress so far. K.J. Dillon, Shelton Gibson and Stone Underwood talk about the struggles and successes of the work to date, and what lies ahead.

Below, senior safety K.J. Dillon talks about fall camp's early standouts an his favorite one-on-one match-ups on the team. From his comments, it seems slot receiver Jordan Thompson has been giving the defense fits with his speed and elusiveness.

Head coach Dana Holgorsen said Shelton Gibson might be the fastest player he's ever coached. That puts a lot of pressure on Gibson's shoulders since the Mountaineer mentor has coached some pretty notable wide receivers. Gibson upped the ante, saying he could be the best receiver in the world, and talked about how he is improving his game every practice.

Stone Underwood explains why this camp has been particularly good, and discusses his thoughts on being played primarily at the center position.

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