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West Virginia Football Recruiting: Meet the Newest Recruit

The Mountaineers have been on a hot streak, securing three commitments in less than a week. The Mountaineers have secured a commitment from Collin Smith, a high school quarterback expected to transition to safety.

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Collin Smith (Lionger, PA)

Well that didn't take long. After securing two commitments over the weekend, West Virginia kept up its hot streak by securing another recruit, this time Lionger Valley, PA athlete Collin Smith. Smith plays quarterback at Liogener Valley but is expected to transition to safety at WVU.  Smith has shown good speed as he rushed for 757 yards as a junior while throwing for 1,958 yards. He combined for 37 tackles. He also compiled 74 tackles and three interceptions.

Smith shows a willingness in tackling in his highlights. You can see him diagnose a play and quickly track the ball carrier. He is aggressive at the point of attack.

Smith is a 247Sports composite 3-star player. He was rated the 34th prospect in the state of Pennsylvania. He held offers from Michigan, Louisville, and Boston College.

West Virginia's class now has six total commits and is rated the 62nd class in the nation.