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P.J. Shirdan said he felt "right at home" on West Virginia's campus from almost the first moments of his first official visit to the home of Mountaineer football. What was it that caused the Drexel Hill, Pa. standout to get that feeling and commit to WVU before his senior season began?

"When I came down and was walking the hallways and going through the locker room, everyone was really friendly," the well-spoken Shirdan said. "No one had any idea who I was, but they all took the time to greet me, say hello, welcome to West Virginia, and things like that. I visited some other schools, and it wasn't like that at those places. The players at West Virginia, who are my teammates...

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