2018 Safety Charlie Katshir Visits West Virginia; Details Camp Plans

Charlie Katshir is gaining interest from schools in the East Region, and took a recent trip to nearby West Virginia.

A 6-3, 190-pound safety from Cumberland Valley High School in Mechanicsburg, Charlie Katshir is gaining interest from schools due to his heady style of play. A rising junior, Katshir has a nose for the ball, and counts his ability to read the quarterback and react as some of the attributes that make him a standout defender. He also breaks on the ball well and doesn't wait for it to come to him.

With those strengths on his resume, Katshir has nabbed an offer from Virginia, and also has Syracuse and Penn State showing interest. West Virginia  had Katshir on campus recently, where he had an enjoyable first visit.

"It went really well," the Keystone State native said. "I talked to Coach [Matt] Caponi and coach [Mark] Scott." 


West Virginia's defensive secondary coaches are always on the lookout for players who can perform at WVU's critical spur and bandit positions, and Katshir seems to fit that bill. WVU has invited him back for a game visit this fall to see more of the campus and take in the game day environment.

This summer, Katshir will camp at Syracuse, Penn State and Virginia.

With a strong junior showing, Katshir figures to attract plenty of additional interest as his high school career progresses.

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