MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — WVU football coach Dana Holgorsen on Tuesday announced that Clint Trickett will enter the upcoming season as West Virginia’s starting quarterback.
Trickett missed spring practice due to offseason shoulder surgery. He threw for over 1,600 yards this past season with seven touchdowns and seven interceptions through eight games.
“Clint is 100 percent healthy and is ready to play,” Holgorsen said in a school release. “He worked hard last season and showed a lot of ability and leadership and deserves the chance to lead the team as a senior. He will be our starter.”
WVU went through spring practice with Paul Millard, Skyler Howard and Logan Moore getting snaps. Incoming freshman William Crest will join the fold in the fall.