Visits Still Open

A highly regarded wide receiver prospect that has been a Big Ten lean of late still has other schools on his list, including one that hasn't been mentioned in a while.

"I probably will visit West Virginia at some point," A.J. Alexander told on Monday. "It might not be an official visit, because it is close enough for me to get to."

Alexander has official visits set for Tennessee, North Carolina, Clemson and Florida, and still has Penn State atop his list. He has visited the Penn State campus unofficially, but is undecided as to whether he will take his fifth official visit or not. However, with four officials and at least one unofficial (West Virginia) still remaining on his list, it doesn't seem as if an early decision is forthcoming.

"Once, I see everything, I will make a decision," said Alexander, who dozens of offers from the top schools in the country.

Alexander has been to West Virginia, traveling to the Mountaineer campus a year ago for the Maryland game.

"I liked the trip," he said. "The style of offense West Virginia runs suits me." Alexander was listed as a possible visitor to West Virginia this past weekend, but did not make the trip.

Alexander played quarterback as a junior, where Altoona utilized his great speed and running ability, and finished the year with more than 1000 yards rushing and 14 touchdowns. He had another 400 yards and four touchdowns through the air.

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