Western Kentucky is expecting a big group of visitors for Friday's game against Marshall

Western Kentucky University has a huge football game on Friday afternoon at home against Marshall. The Toppers will host a large and talented group of visitors for the game. Here's a look at the visitors:

Western Kentucky University's football staff is expecting a big - and talented - group of visitors on Friday afternoon for the Toppers' game against Marshall at 11 a.m. central time.

The group is expected to include at least seven players already committed to the Toppers.

Park Crossing, Ala., defensive end John Hines, Woodford County offensive lineman Seth Joest, Ashland linebacker Drew O'Bryan, Bryan Station safety Devon Key, Nashville, Tenn., Father Ryan defensive lineman Jeremy Darvin and Calhoun, Ga., offensive lineman Kenny Cooper are all expected to be in attendance,

Also expected to be in the crowd is Charleston, S.C., Ashley Ridge quarterback Steven Duncan, who is committed to WKU.

One of the top 2016 targets still left on the board for the Toppers expected to be watching the game at the stadium is offensive tackle Adam Raschilla. The 6-foot-6, 290-pound Raschilla is from Northport, Ala., and holds 11 offers, including one from WKU.

Athens, Ala., wide receiver Terrance Watkins and Fort Payne, Ala., offensive lineman Reid Hulgan are also expected.

Two of the state's top 2017 targets - Ryle quarterback Tanner Morgan and Christian County wide receiver Keyron Catlett - will also be in attendance. Cole Kirby is a 300-pound offensive lineman from Franklin-Simpson expected.


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