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Callaway High School head coach Pete Wiggins knows that he has a dangerous weapon in WVU commitment Quantavious Leslie, and despite coaching a ground-based veer attack, he hopes to get the ball to the outstanding wide receiver more often this year.

"I don't remember how many times we threw to him last year, but it was probably around 20 attempts, and he had 13 touchdowns," said Wiggins, who has built Callaway into a solid playoff contender during his five years at the school. "He is as good of a player as I have ever coached. He is deceivingly fast because he's so tall and rangy. He just catches balls, and he has the best hands of any...

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