Highlighted by four commitments, the Western Kentucky football staff will welcome a large group of recruits on unofficial visits for Saturday's game against Florida Atlantic.
WKU Insider has confirmed the planned visits by a number of prospects and have a more in-depth list in the WKU Insider forum, The Hill, but it's a group that represents multiple states and classes.
Four Hilltopper pledges will be on campus. Caldwell County safety Dee Cain, Nashville Father Ryan defensive tackle Jeremy Darvin, Calhoun, Ga. offensive lineman Kenny Cooper and offensive lineman Seth Joest of Woodford County will all be among the group.
Also among the visitors is Birmingham, Alabama safety Ernest Kenty. Kenty, who attended the Tops Junior Day in the spring, is currently committed to Conference USA foe Charlotte.
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