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Orange County (Va.) head football coach John Kayajanian knew several years ago that he had a special player destined for his roster, so the veteran coach did everything he could to take advantage of what promised to be a once in a lifetime talent.

"We knew he was going to be good since we watched him in middle school," Kayajanian said of quarterback Bradley Starks, who committed to West Virginia on Tuesday. "We knew we had a great athlete coming up. Before Bradley came here, we were a wishbone and power I team, and we had been doing that for a long time. With Bradley, we jumped into the spread to take advantage of his skills." Changing... Recommended Stories

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