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West Virginia has pulled two impact players out of the Philadelphia area over the past two years in Steve Slaton and John Maddox, and today the Mountaineers got yet another prospect from that region.

Drexel Hill's Phillip "P.J." Shirdan made his third, and ultimately, deciding visit to West Virginia today with his mother. The 6-foot-1, 185-pound safety from Monsignor Bonner High gave his verbal commitment to head coach Rich Rodriguez and his staff after touring the campus again and taking in a scrimmage. "I watched their scrimmage and immediately went into Coach (Rich) Rodriguez's office...

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