MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — The West Virginia football team went through its fourth practice of fall camp Monday afternoon, and the news appeared to be promising for freshman receiver Shelton Gibson, who participated in a green jersey.

The four-star recruit still wore a brace on his right knee but was at least able to run routes and participate in dummy drills during the half-hour media viewing session. Gibson was moving far better than Thursday—the last time reporters were allowed into practice—when he was limited to riding a stationary bike and walking laps round Mountaineer Field.

Check out the gallery above for photos from WVU’s practice.

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