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Josh Jenkins

One of West Virginia's main goals during spring drill was the rebuilding of the offensive line. After losing four starters, the offensive line had the spring to find replacements and work on unified play. After 15 days of practice, sophomore Josh Jenkins thinks they achieved those goals.

"I definitely feel like we're gelling," said Jenkins following West Virginia's spring game. "I feel like we're going to be good. We're coming off the ball. We're being more explosive, more aggressive. We just have more experience now than we did at the beginning of the spring." After seeing limited playing time last season due to injury, Jenkins is being called on as a leader to the young...

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