West Virginia is already trying to find it's running back of the future and now has their foot in the door with one of the top rushers in the Class of 2010.
The Mountaineers recently offered Springfield (Pa.) Cardinal O'Hara junior Corey Brown and the interest appears to be mutual.
That's just one of a few recent offers for Brown, who is intent on giving every school an equal opportunity.
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"I got an offer from West Virginia not too long ago," Brown explained. "I like them, but all the schools are pretty even until I start taking visits.
"I think I might take some visits sometime after the season, but I'm not really sure where yet. If a school invites me I'll go."
Florida, Florida State, Oregon, UCLA, Cal and Maryland are just some of the schools that have contacted Brown recently.
The 6-foot, 171-pound running back also picked up offers from Notre Dame and Colorado not long ago.
On the season Brown has led Cardinal O'Hara to a 3-0 record. Thus far he has rushed for 500 yards and nine touchdowns.
He is now up to about a dozen offers.