In addition to the three scholarship quarterbacks, the others in camp are transfer Logan Moore and freshman Travis Maraney.
Moore, a 5-foot-11, 185-pound junior, asked for and received his release from his scholarship at Fairmont State in June. He started both years he was there, yet left to walk on at WVU.
"He thinks he can play here. He wouldn't have transferred here to quit playing football,'' Holgorsen said. "I don't know anything about him yet, though. Today's the first day I saw him [practice].''
Moore spent two seasons at Fairmont State and passed for 3,546 yards and 31 touchdowns, both marks among the top four in school history. But he shared time at the position in spring drills with junior college transfer Bobby Vega.
The former Fairmont Senior standout was the freshman of the year in the West Virginia Conference in 2010 and honorable mention All-WVC last year.
"When he called and wanted to talk to Jake about coming up here, Jake asked why,'' Holgorsen said. "He said he thought he could play here, so time will tell.''
The other walk-on, Maraney, was University High's quarterback for three years.
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