The quarterback competition is ongoing for WVU Football as preseason camp rolls on in Morgantown, and another player has been added to that mix.
That's Bowling Green State transfer Jarret Doege who started all 12 games for the Falcons in 2018, and threw for 2,6000 yards and 27 touchdowns. Doege transferred to WVU this summer, and his eligibility status for the upcoming season is still up in the air.
Regardless, Coach Neal Brown says he definitely adds to the depth of the quarterback room and has the most game experience out of all of the players at that position.
"Whether he'll be ready to go or eligible for this year is to be determined but I do like where he is at," Brown said. "I think he's done a really good job over the last couple months working on his body."