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Confetti Head Charlie is making serious plays.
The recruiting train is officially rolling.
De'Asian Richardson, a four-star defensive end who had been committed to West Virginia, is the latest to hop on board. Scout.com's Jason Higdon was the first to report the change of heart.
Richardson, who committed to WVU in August after committing to Florida State months earlier, was billed as one of the crown jewels of the Mountaineer recruiting class of 2013. The 6'3, 285-pound behemoth also had scholarship offers from the likes of Alabama, Auburn, Florida and Oklahoma.
Here are his junior year highlights:
Even though it's (as planned) going to be small in numbers, this is turning into one hell of a class. Add a couple of local stars and it starts to become a national story.