Although the season is over and practice has not yet started, January tends to be one of the busiest times of the year for college football coaches.
Not only are they hosting recruits on the weekends and putting the finishing touches on the current class, but they're also out gathering transcripts and checking up on sophomores and juniors.
With so much going on at once, the news cycle lends itself to the recruiting world's version of a news and notes piece. Without further ado, here's the latest West Virginia recruiting news.
"The campus tour was amazing," said the 6-foot-5, 265-pounder. "It was my first time seeing snow and that just got me. The facilities and everything were beautiful. The weight room is big and beautiful and brand new. The locker room is brand new. The jerseys and helmets, everything was just nice. I just felt at home."
Cajuste, who has only played one year of organized football, said the plan is for him to go to Morgantown this summer and try out at both offensive tackle and defensive end, and see where the coaches feel he has the brightest future.
"You can let the world know I'm done," Preston told EerSports Monday night. "I've had my heart set on WVU since I was a little kid, watching James Davis play, along with Corey McIntyre."
North Carolina State, Iowa State, Vanderbilt and more were still recruiting Jensen.