Recruiting Visits

It was a light weekend for visits at WVU, but both the football and basketball programs did see some players on campus.

On the football side of the house, verbal commitment Adam Serena from South Allegheny High School was in for another visit. The lanky Serena reminds us of a young Anthony Becht - and if he's anywhere near that good, WVU will have a great player.

Other players in to visit the WVU campus included defensive lineman Steve Perry from Potomac State Junior College, wide receiver/defensive back Trumaine Riley (5-8, 160) from Walsh Jesuit High School in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio and offensive lineman Blake McCoy (6-4, 300 5.3) from Calvert Hall College High School in Baltimore, Maryland.

Riley, who also plays baseball, has missed part of this season with a staph infection, but remains the target of several Division 1 programs.

One other intriguing player in attendance was defsnive end/tight end Tim Lindsey (6-5, 230) of Bridgeport High School in West Virginia. Lindsey showed good skills during defnsive drills at WVU's summer camp, and also plays basketball for the Indians.

The basketball program also had at least two players in for the weekend. The first was verbal commitment Kevin Pittsnogle of Martinsburg, who is expected to sign with WVU during the early signing period that begins on November 14th.

The second was believed to be 6-9 forward Sharrod Rogers of Cecil Community College in Maryland.

Both players took in WVU's exhibition win over New Zealand.

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