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When Brandon Hogan left West Virginia's football camp last Sunday, he was still planning to take visits and consider several other schools that had offered him scholarships. However, after discussing WVU's offer with his coach and family, he decided that there wasn't much use in following that course of action.

"When I came back home, I talked with my coach and my family, and while I was doing that I just realized that West Virginia was where I needed to be," said Hogan after committing to WVU on Wednesday night. "Being on the field up there during camp, I got to talk to the coaches and work with them a lot. That made a big difference, because it let me see what working with them would be like. I got to...

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