"This was my second trip to WVU," said Kacinko, who has received several offers but is still being evaluated by the Mountaineer staff. "I had a good time, and got to work one-on-one with the coaches a lot.
"I learned of lot of new techniques, and Coach Trickett is a great offensive line coach. He knows what he is talking about."
This was Kacinko's second visit to the Mountaineer campus, as he took an unofficial visit during the Pitt game last year.
"I had a good time, and I will definitely consider West Virginia," said the nimble-footed 300-pounder.
Kacinko has no timetable set for his decision, and plans to visit several camps this summer, including Michigan and Maryland. He may also visit other schools, and doesn't have a firm schedule set yet.
He's also in no hurry to make a decision, and has not set any timetables for making his choice or narrowing the field.
"I'll make the decision when it feels right, but I'm still looking at schools."