One of the highest ranked prospects in the country, Coconut Creek (Fla.) four-star wide receiver Binjimen Victor provided positive feedback following his official visit to West Virginia this past weekend. The Mountaineers crushed Maryland 45-6, providing an enjoyable backdrop to his trip.
“My favorite part of the visit was definitely game day,” Victor told Jonathan Martin of BlueGoldNews.com. “The crowd was rocking. It was great.”
The bond which has formed between Victor and the Mountaineer coaching staff carried over into the weekend.Their message?
“The coaches just kept it real with me,” Victor said. “They told me if I do go to WVU and handle my business on and off the field I will be very successful.”
Victor (6-4, 173 lbs.), boasts offers from just about every major program across the country. And while many deem West Virginia a dark horse in the race, they remain a threat because of one main element.
“The offense is a factor,” Victor explained. “They get the wide outs the ball to make plays. That will help with recruiting because they are known for throwing the ball.”
With no timetable for a decision set, Victor presses forward in his recruitment and will continue to take official visits. However, the Mountaineers most certainly made an impression.
“WVU moved up,” Victor said. “They were always in the mix because they’ve been with me throughout my whole recruitment. I just wanted to see more from them and that’s what I got this past weekend.”