January 31, 2012
On the eve of signing day
West Virginia will officially ink the class of 2012 tomorrow, and here's WVSports.com's look at what to expect on the first signing day under Head Coach Dana Holgorsen.
The Mountaineers currently have 25 commitments with five of those players already enrolled and on campus to take part in spring ball. Those players are Kinkaid (Houston, Tx.) quarterback Ford Childress, Edgewater (Orlando, Fla.) safety Karl Joseph, Miami Northwestern (Fla.) defensive lineman Imarjaye Albury, Hallandale Beach (Fla.) safety Sean Walters and Katy (Tx.) wide receiver Jordan Thompson.
But one of those 21 commitments yet to sign their letters of intent, one remains in question with Satellite (Satellite Beach, Fla.) athlete J.T. Washington visiting Arizona this past weekend and being rumored to be flipping to the Wildcats or even possibly Florida Atlantic.
Another player that has long been committed to the Mountaineers is Archbishop Wood Catholic (Warminster, Pa.) safety Nate Smith, but has switched his commitment to Temple.
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