Late surprises add to strength of WVU’s 25-man signing class

With the increased coverage of recruiting provided by websites like and, not to mention the attention ESPN has devoted to the offseason, most West Virginia University football fans knew just what to expect Wednesday morning when the national letters-of-intent started rolling off the fax.

A couple of late surprise, though, made what was already ranked as a solid class an even better one. WVU’s 2013 class which included 25 players — five wide receivers, five linebackers, four offensive linemen, four safeties, two running backs, two defensive ends, a fullback, a quarterback and a punter — ended the day ranked as the 24th-best class in the country by, 26th by and 32nd by

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