Sukay has some fun in Morgantown

On Saturday night Nick Sukay visited Pittsburgh and he saw the Panther's basketball team defeat Providence. On Monday, the "Keystone State" standout was in Morgantown to watch the Mountaineers defeat Pittsburgh on senior night.

Nick Sukay made a rare weekday visit to West Virginia on Monday. The 6-foot-2, 190 pound, wide receiver/safety from Greensburg Central Catholic braved the elements along with his parents to check out the West Virginia Mountaineers.

"I got there around 4:30 and they showed me around the facilities," Sukay said. "I had a real good time. I sat by coach (Rich) Rodriguez during the game. Both Rodriguez and (Tony) Gibson are real nice, we get a long well."

Sukay is one of the top athlete's in the state on wither side of the ball, but where do the Mountaineers like him?

"They said I can play wide receiver or defensive back, basically wherever I want to play," he said. "They think I'm athletic and they like me a lot."

The talented Westmoreland County star is not ready to name favorites just yet.

"I like my trip a lot, but I'm still open I'm just going to keep looking. I'm going back down to West Virginia on April 8th for junior day."

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