They say good things come to those who wait, and that's exactly what's happening to Princess Anne (Va.) athlete, Audrex Harris.
Harris, a 5-foot-11, 180 pound athlete has witnessed his recruitment skyrocket over the last several weeks. With schools from all across the east and south checking in, Harris will soon be looking to learn more about his list of suitors.
Mark your calendars for this football weekend in Austin where WVU looks to get a marquee win early in this early season showdown. This official travel package includes flight, hotel accommodations, souvenir and much more! Special Package is now available!no comments
Delaware is not known as a hotbed of a recruiting area, but the Mountaineers are in the state looking for the next pass catcher in Dana Holgorsen's high powered offense. There is one player who stands out above the rest, and his name is Andre Patton.no comments
If you followed the land of WVU message boards, at some point you have met a man named Keenan Cummings. His friends and message board goers call him Keno. No matter his name, Keno is one of the good guys in the business, and a good friend. When I recently had the chance to interview him, I jumped at the opportunity. As you will see, not only does Keno care about his University, but the kids he meets along the recruiting trail.no comments
The EERInsider staff recently had the chance to talk with writers and fans from all over the country about the SEC/Big12 blockbuster announcement. We asked what they thought of the announcement, the effects it would have on college football moving forward, and what it would do to conference movement. Here is a look at what our friends had to say.no comments
We've said for weeks how the Mountaineer coaching staff has been all over the nation looking for talent to compete in the Big 12. That search once again has led the staff to the state of Florida. There you will find teammates Saki Moore and Nick Internicola from University School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.no comments
Seven outstanding contributors to Mountaineer athletics make up the 22nd class of honorees in the West Virginia University Sports Hall of Fame.
The 2012 class includes Katie Barnes, Dan Cavanaugh, Ben Dunkerley, Bo Orlando, Ed Pastilong, Lee Patrone and Maurice Robinson.
Induction ceremonies will take place Saturday, Sept. 22, prior to the West Virginia-Maryland football game. This class brings the total number of inductees to 141.
West Virginia University coaches have been surrounding the Baltimore area looking for future Mountaineers. That search has brought the WVU coaching staff back to Dunbar High School (Dunbar, Md.) and linebacker Marvin Gross.
Dunbar has been good to the Mountaineers over the last few years. Will WVU strike gold again?no comments
Fans and friends gathered in Morgantown on Thursday to pay respects to former West Virginia University football coach Bill Stewart. On Monday, Stewart died of an apparent heart attack while playing golf with former athletic director Ed Pastilong. Stewart was 59 years old.no comments
If you follow WVU cornerbacks coach Daron Roberts on twitter, you know he has been searching far and wide for college football's next "Honey Badger."
The trail has led Roberts to Osbourn High School in Manassas, Virginia. There you will find, Damian Nicholson.no comments