The session was conducted under sunny but cool skies, with temperatures not getting out of the mid seventies. That combination was met with universal approval by the players, but wasn't to the liking of head coach Rich Rodriguez, who would prefer warmer temperatures to help prepare his squad.
On the field, everyone appeared healthy and ready for action, with no players wearing red shirts that indicate an injury.
There were no unexpected no-shows this morning, as the entire squad reported in on Wednesday evening and hit the field in helmets and shoulderpads. That gear will be standard for the rest of this week's practice sessions, with full contact work beginning next Monday.
Taylor Ownbey was moved to fullback for the morning session, and is likely to remain there.
Freshman wide receiver Chris Henry is not expected to qualify, but still plans to enroll and attend classes at WVU this fall.
Freshman defensive back Jamil Tyson is still awaiting word from the NCAA Clearinghouse on his eligibility. Word on freshman wide receiver J.T. Perry could come in a matter of a few days.