Three-star athlete James Farrow is on an eastern swing. The 6-foot-0, 178-pounder is hitting up two schools this week. Today he made his way to West Virginia.
"It was really awesome," he said. "The facilities were great. I loved the way they do things there and I felt comfortable with the coaching staff. Overall it's a great place to play football as well as go to school."
Farrow spent some time with a few players and the Mountaineer coaches.
"I got to meet Noel Devine briefly, that was great," he said. "I was surprised how short he really is.
"I had a great time with the coaches too. I got to meet a lot of different people including the head coach, Coach Stewart and my position coach. I had a nice meeting with all of the coaches."
The visit impressed Farrow as he claims he left Morgantown with a scholarship in hand. However, he is still reluctant to name a leader.
"I'm not favoring anyone yet," he said. "There is no clear cut leader."
The visit on Thursday to Virginia Tech is looking like it'll be the last trip for Farrow before a decision is made.
"I'd love to take officials, but most likely that is not going to happen."