West Virginia University's football recruiting class is like those who stuck to their New Year's Day resolution. It's rounding into shape.
One of the services that rate recruiting, Scout.com, considers the current Mountaineer class No. 28 nationally.
But the coaches in Morgantown aren't finished. Sources say that, aside from sealing the current commitments, Dana Holgorsen's staff is trying to sign at least six others, including a couple of four-star players.
Currently, WVU has the word of 21 players, not including the five - defensive tackle Imarjaye Albury, quarterback Ford Childress, defensive backs Karl Joseph and Sean Walters and wideout Jordan Thompson - who enrolled early.
Among the others targeted:
Rippy has been looked at by schools such as LSU, Alabama, Florida, Ohio State, Michigan, Iowa and USC. It was thought he might be a Gator, but that apparently fell through. Since then, he's put on his Twitter account he's down to Arizona, Pittsburgh and WVU.
Caleb is down to WVU, Virginia Tech and Ohio State, with all making final pushes. One report claimed Tech assistant Shane Beamer was to visit him Friday. Caleb visited WVU this past weekend.
The receiver, listed as an athlete, is ranked as the nation's No. 84 overall recruit by Rivals.com. Others to have offered include Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Florida State and Georgia.