Visits for '15s

L.J. Scott

West Virginia is set for a major recruiting weekend, with numerous uncommitted prospects on the Mountaineers radar scheduled to attend. Yesterday we profiled some 2014s, so today we look a bit further ahead.

BlueGoldNews.com examines the top 2015 uncommitted prospects who plan to visit West Virginia this weekend. While some are making their first trip to see the Mountaineers, others are making return trips.

2015 Uncommitted Prospects

L.J. Scott
Position: Running Back
School: Hubbard HS (OH)
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BGN Breakdown: Scott is no stranger to West Virginia -- having already visited on several occasions this season. Rated a four-star prospect by Scout.com, Scott holds early offers from WVU, Tennessee, Kentucky and Michigan State, among others. He's believed to hold the Mountaineers in high regard, recently noting his relationship with the WVU coaches as a prime reason.


William Cameron
Position: Running Back
School: Southern HS (N.C.)
Rating: NR

BGN Breakdown: The Mountaineers are the first, and only, offer for the talented running back from North Carolina. That doesn't mean, however, schools haven't taken notice. Cameron recently told Scout both Tennessee and Florida State have shown significant interest. It doesn't appear Cameron is looking to make a decision anytime soon. Although, being his first offer and getting him to visit will certainly bode well for the Mountaineers.


Levon Livingston
Position: Defensive End
School: Ballou HS (D.C.)
Rating: NR

BGN Breakdown: Livingston is an intriguing prospect who's recently begun to blow up on the recruiting circuit. Though no offers have been secured, he's receiving interest from West Virginia, Tennessee, Clemson and Penn State. The 6-foot-7, 250 pound athlete has a frame built to grow and is projected to be a force in the coming years.


William Richardson
Position: Defensive End / Tight End
School: Ballou HS (D.C.)
Rating: NR

BGN Breakdown: Richardson may be the most unknown of the visitors, but that likely won't be the case for long. The versatile athlete plays both defensive end and tight end for Ballou HS and could play either position at the next level. While schools are just reaching out to Richardson, the Mountaineers are certainly a school he holds in high standard.


James Daniels
Position: Offensive Line
School: Warren G. Harding HS (OH)
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BGN Breakdown: Making his second trip to WVU this season, Daniels certainly is one of the highest profiled kids to visit. He currently almost a dozen offers from the likes of UCLA, West Virginia, Michigan State, Iowa, Penn State and Illinois among others. Though early in his recruitment, West Virginia has to feel good about getting Daniels to visit multiple times -- and that could pay huge dividends down the road.

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