Lindsey (6-5, 220), who drew notice at WVU's junior day for his quick feet and athletic ability, has been in attendance at the majority of WVU's home games this fall.
Perry, a solidly built defensive lineman, has also made multiple visits to campus.
New faces in town this weeked included a pair of junior college players from Butler Community College.
Quarterback Cedric Stevens (6-4 205) and defensive lineman Jermaine Berry (5-11, 290) both enjoyed excellent visits to the WVU campus.
Stevens is 99-240 on the season for 1473 yards. He has 17 toucdown passes and eight interceptions. He has also scored two touchdowns on the ground.
Berry is a stocky inside defender who has drawn interest from a number of schools, including Kansas, Kansas State, Mississippi State and Auburn. He has recorded 92 tackles, including ten for losses and six sacks.
A third new face was linebacker Charles Sellett (5-11, 220, 4.7) from Arnwood High School in Tampa, Florida. Sellett, who could also play at defensive end, is very interested in the Mountaineer program.