Bradley Starks' four catches for 61 yards in West Virginia's win were spectacular (a juggling 35-yard TD reception, and routine (a short out grab to convert a third down) and everywhere in between. In doing so, however, he showed the playmaking ability that made him a highly recruited performer coming out of high school.
The only question about Starks is where he will be making those plays in the coming seasons. While he showed his ability at receiver, he also clearly wants to compete at quarterback next season.
In this interview, Starks discusses his TD catch, the performance of WVU's passing game, and the prospects for replacing the leadership qualities so ably handled by departing quarterback Patrick White.