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Big name junior to watch West Virginia

Big names highlight a list of visitors for the West Virginia game against James Madison at FedEx Field in Landover, Md., this weekend. Here are some of the top names expected:

QB William Crest – The 2014 dual-threat quarterback from Washington (D.C.) Dunbar already has scholarship offers from Maryland, Ohio State, Rutgers, Virginia, Virginia Tech and West Virginia. Clearly he is becoming one of the top junior prospects in the D.C. area. He'd certainly be a good fit for West Virginia's offense.

DE Da'Shawn Hand – Like Crest, Hand is well established even though he's just a junior. The defensive end from Woodbridge (Va.) High has scholarship offers from dozens of schools. Hand will likely be one of the top prospects in the East region for the 2014 class.