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Carduff's Athleticism Stands Out

West Virginia's first offensive line commitment in the Class of 2005 has all the building blocks to be successful, according to his high school coach.

Ray Sajone, who served as an assistant last year at Shenandoah Valley before taking over the reins as head coach for the upcoming season, believes that West Virginia has gotten an excellent player for its system. "Frank is just a great player," said Sajone. "He's a real athletic kid for his size. He can do a lot of things that other guys his size probably can't do, and we try to take advantage... Recommended Stories

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