Just as significantly, though, Worley is studious.
"He's extremely attentive, he asks questions, he practices well, he's eager to get in the game and he brings energy once he does that,'' Holgorsen said. "He's got tremendous, tremendous upside potential as a starting corner around her for a long time.''
Holgorsen said Tuesday that West Virginia's health is not at issue this week.
Dillon, linebacker Doug Rigg and fullback Garrett Hopes, all of whom sat out last week, have been cleared to practice. The same goes for defensive lineman Christian Brown, who left last week's game with a leg injury, and linebacker Isaiah Bruce, who has a thigh bruise.
So the only players definitely out this week are those who have been previously lost for the season. That includes freshman lineman Tyler Tezeno, who underwent knee surgery but was being redshirted anyway.
"Everybody's available,'' Holgorsen said. "Nobody's been ruled out other than the surgery guys. We're as healthy as we've been.''
Even linebacker Jewone Snow could play after missing most of the last year with recurring injuries.
"The last two weeks he's been functional on the scout team,'' Holgorsen said. "We'll give him a shot to play on a few special teams and see how he reacts to that.''
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