It's the final weekend of the 2016 recruiting cycle and WKU head coach Jeff Brohm and his staff will spend the time hosting a large number of prospects on The Hill.
Among the talented group of recruits that will be in Bowling Green are nine current Hilltopper commitments.
Quarterback Steven Duncan, who drew late interest from South Carolina, is making his official trip this weekend. Duncan, who recently told WKU Insider that "there is red and black running through my veins," is among the WKU commitments that are arriving from four different states.
Also visiting their future school are in-state commits Seth Joest of Woodford County, Frankfort's Anthony Robinson and Devon Key of Bryan Station. Arriving from Florida are Chris Cotton, Josh Anderson and recent commit Jahcour Pearson, with Kyle Fourtenbary and Adam Raschilla coming in from Alabama.
Former WKU commit Tyler King, a running back from Fort Meade, Fla., will take another look at the Hilltopper program prior to signing day. King, who verbally committed to Western Kentucky in July, flipped to Marshall in October following an official visit in Huntington, W.V.
Georgia Southern commit Marvin Kinsey, Jr., a 6-foot-1, 190-pound running back, is also taking in the WKU football program and campus this weekend. Kinsey has also visited Colorado State, Georgia Southern and Utah State.
For a complete breakdown, visit the WKU Insider forum The Hill by clicking here.