Views from the sidelines: Week 1 of WVU Football Camp

Morgantown, West Virginia – The West Virginia University football team kicked off the first week of fall camp on Monday.

Quarterback competition remains open, which comes as no surprise with Georgia transfer JT Daniels getting his first practice reps with the team last Monday. Daniels did, however, train with the team during OTAs (Organized Team Activities) this summer. It should be obvious, but the starting job is Daniels’s to lose.

I said on Tuesday that I liked the progression of Garrett Greene. He’s not where he needs to be, but he’s made progress this offseason. Will Crowder continues to show he could be the future caller while Nicco Marchiol seems more comfortable with his new surroundings and his debut showing up on the pitch.

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