Krok Makes It Six

West Virginia continued its hot streak on the recruiting trail, gaining its fourth commitment in three days on Wednesday when Niles, Oh., offensive lineman Josh Krok committed to the Mountaineers.

McKinley HS (Ohio) offensive lineman Josh Krok had a strong feeling about West Virginia. After visiting the Mountaineers last weekend it didn't take him long to make his decision.

"I have committed to West Virginia," Krok said in a message to BlueGoldNews.com.

Krok (6-8, 290 lbs.) recently told FOXSportsNEXT that West Virginia was included in his top three, joining Cincinnati and Louisville. In addition to those programs, he also held offers from Kentucky, Toledo, Ohio and Kent State among others.

Krok accompanied several teammates to West Virginia's camp last weekend, although he did not participate in 7-on-7 action.

He becomes the Mountaineers' sixth commitment for the 2014 class. Wide receivers Lamar Parker and Jacob McCrary committed on Tuesday, joining lineman Amanii Brown, wide receiver Ricky Rogers and quarterback William Crest.

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