WVU commit still eyeing FSU, Ohio State

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It's only been about two weeks since 2015 Rivals250 and Hollywood (Fla.) Miramar defensive back Kendrell McFadden committed to West Virginia, but that hasn't stopped other schools from calling and working to get him on campus for visits.
"There are a lot of schools still talking to me," McFadden said. "Ohio State is still calling and I'm supposed to be going up there for a visit this spring. Miami is still talking to me and so is Florida State."
Despite the love form several programs, McFadden said he's still firm on his commitment to the Mountaineers. But he's not completely taking himself off the market.
"West Virginia is very high on my list and I'm 100 percent right now," he said. "Of course, I don't want to let go of any other opportunities, so I'm listening to other coaches too."
McFadden's next visit will likely be to Tallahassee next month to get a closer look at the Seminoles.
"I'm going to stop by and see Florida State," he said. "It kind of shocked me that coach (Jeremy) Pruitt is gone. Right now with Florida State, I'm kind of sitting back and waiting to meet the new guy. They were the first one to offer me so they've always been high on my list but we're kind of starting over now."
The Hurricanes are McFadden's hometown team, but that doesn't necessarily help their case.
"Me and the other 2015 guys have talked and we really don't want to be home," he said. "We want to leave home, but you never know because everything can change."
One thing McFadden is sure of is that the Hurricanes coaches aren't going to give up easily.
"With Miami, I feel like they will be a school that will come at me the hardest," he said. "I feel like that school is going to be one school that will come on me very hard."
Woody Wommack is a Southeast Region football recruiting analyst for You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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