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Ford Childress

Ford Childress' second visit to West Virginia cemented his late-blooming attraction for the Mountaineer program and led to his verbal commitment, making him the fourth player, and first offensive performer, in the Class of 2012.

"I came up for junior day earlier this year, and my parents came back with me on this trip," said quarterback Ford Childress, who committed to the Mountaineers on Saturday. "I just fell in love with the program, and I love the way the whole state loves the school and supports it. The campus and student life were really great, and my parents liked it too. They want what is best for me, and we all...

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