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WATCH: WR Semaj Morgan shows his skills at WVU Football Camp

Just ahead of Thursday's camp, one player and his family were pulled from the stands to go on a tour of those facilities. Several members of the WVU staff were giddy about this visit and, once camp started, it was easy to see why. West Bloomfield (MI) wide receiver Semaj Morgan had some of the quickest feet to come through Morgantown in recent years, and dominated during one-on-ones. He had some of the biggest plays of the day, which you can see in the video above.
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2023 DL Nathan Robinson Talks WVU Camp, Receiving Offer + More

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WVU Basketball Hosting a Pair of Four-Star Recruits Saturday

A pair of highly-rated basketball recruits are making unofficial visits to West Virginia Saturday afternoon in center Shawn Phillip Jr. and forward Kaleb Glenn. Phillips (6-foot-11) is a 2022 recruit from Ypsi Prep Academy in Ypsilanti, Michigan. He is originally from Dayton, Ohio, making him the latest high-touted Ohio product pursued by Bob Huggins.
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WATCH: Mountaineer legacy Tory Johnson works out at WVU Football camp

West Virginia legacy Tory Johnson Jr. made his way up to Morgantown with his family - including his father, Tory Johnson Sr. - to participate in Thursday's one-day camp. Johnson worked out at both receiver and tight end, looking like a hybrid of the two. By the end of the day, Johnson had performed well enough that he was pulled aside to meet with Head Coach Neal Brown in the Puskar Center. The end result of that conversation was a new offer. In the highlights above, you can see some of his performance from the event.
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