Miramar (Fla.) sent a group of four players up to West Virginia this past weekend for official visits. Amongst the group was defensive end Trevon Coley.
"It was a great visit," Coley said. "I really enjoyed myself. I just learned that West Virginia is a great place, a great program, with a great coaching staff and great players."
The 6-foot-2, 240-pound prospect enjoyed the opportunity to spend more time with his teammates while on the visit.
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"It was a great opportunity to bond more with my teammates - Devonte Mathis, Malcolm Lewis, and Tracy Howard - we bonded the whole time we were up there," Coley said. "It was just a great experience."
While on campus, the three-star defender also had an opportunity to speak with Dana Holgorsen and his staff while he was there. He shared some insight on what those conversations involved.
"We talked about if I wanted to come there what position I would want to play," Coley said. "Whether I wanted to be a linebacker or defensive end and how I would play in passing situations.
"We also talked about how my season is going and how their season is going," Coley added. "We also talked about the win we got against St. Thomas Aquinas."
When he was getting ready to depart Morgantown, Coley said the staff left him with a simple message.
"They told me to finish strong on the field and to make sure I finish strong academically," Coley said. "They told me they are going to continue to keep an eye on me and keep up with me."
Coley, who claims offers from Central Florida, Colorado State, Florida Atlantic, Florida International, New Mexico, Northern Illinois, South Florida, and Vanderbilt, isn't sure if the Mountaineers have also officially extended an offer to him.
"I think they are very interested," Coley said. "I am not sure if they have offered. I would have to check with my coach."
According to Coley, if he has an offer he can commit to then the Mountaineers will definitely be amongst his top options.
"West Virginia is one of my top choices," Coley said. "Definitely in the top five, probably top three."
At this time, Coley has no other official visits scheduled. He said he hopes to set up one in the near future. He says that he is in no rush to make a decision and is working with no specific timeline.