In the end, though, it won't be the teammates or the atmosphere or the potential on offense that draws Hutcherson to WVU. If the highly regarded tight end does pick West Virginia, it will be due to the coaching staff.
"I really have a lot of respect for the coaches," he said. "Most coaches just showed up, tried to recruit me and told me to commit or else they were going to take someone else. [West Virginia] keeps in touch daily, gives me good advice and just talks with me. They're like father figures. I respect that."
Not so coincidentally, a cavalcade of Mountaineer coaches is expected in Mississippi this week.
"Coach Holgorsen is coming down this week with [running backs] Coach [JaJuan] Seider and [cornerbacks] Coach [Brian] Mitchell," Hutcherson said. "It's mainly just to check up with them and talk about my season and my plans. They're just coming to check on me."
Unlike some instances where recruits have pages worth of questions and/or concerns, Hutcherson says there is nothing more he needs to know with West Virginia.
"I don't have anything specific to ask," he said. "I have no worries about WVU."
Chris Anderson covers West Virginia and recruiting for Eersports.com via 247sports.com.