May 9, 2006
West Virginia gets its man
PITTSBURGH--One of the first people that quarterback Bradley Starks told about his commitment to West Virginia was a guy he may be throwing passes to in the future - Wesley Lyons.
Lyons, who will come to Morgantown on June 18 to begin his West Virginia career, was at the Joe Butler Metro Index Football Combine when he got the news that Starks, a 6-foot-3, 180-pound dual-threat quarterback from Orange (Va.) County High, was onboard.
Starks becomes the second quarterback to commit to the Mountaineers this spring after Charlie Russell made his pledge earlier.
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