Looking forward to what he can add to the team this year!
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Toward the end of West Virginia’s preseason camp, coaches noticed a new-look defensive end showing pass-rush moves that were explosive and disruptive.
Hyman, the junior college transfer with impressive measurables, may soon develop into a wrecking force, but it was sophomore Eric Kinsey who developed into the starting defensive end opposite Will Clarke.
“I think (Kinsey) is coming out of his shell a little bit with confidence and starting to believe in himself,” said defensive line coach Erik Slaughter. “You’re seeing a guy with a lot of talent growing up and having confidence in that talent.
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