MORGANTOWN - With a week remaining before the start of the NCAA's signing period for football recruits, West Virginia's list of commitments is doing pretty much what it always does at this point.
Coach Dana Holgorsen and his staff appear to have 22 commitments. Six are from junior college players and 16 from high school seniors.
Two of the junior college players and five of the high school seniors are already enrolled and in school and eligible to work out during winter conditioning and take part in spring practice. None of the other 15 are bound to West Virginia until they sign their letters of intent and qualify academically.
Of the 22 commitments, five are running backs, five linebackers, four wide receivers, four offensive linemen, two defensive backs, a defensive lineman and a quarterback.
Where's the fluctuation? Well, in the past week one player previously committed to WVU has switched and, at least for now, decided to go elsewhere. On the flip side, another decommited elsewhere and is now pledged to the Mountaineers.
The latest commitment is Grant Lingafelter, a 6-foot-5, 265-pound offensive lineman from Chagrin Falls, Ohio. He had previously committed to Miami (Ohio).
But running back Zaire Williams is now committed to Temple after earlier pledging to West Virginia.