WVU Football Recruiting
2025 3-Star QB Recruit Jamison Kitna Announces Upcoming Trip to WVU
Jamison Kitna is only a class of 2025 recruit, but he’s an important player to watch for WVU. And the West Virginia coaching staff will get a chance to be around Kitna again very soon.
Kitna will be back in Morgantown for a visit on June 5. He included his upcoming trip to WVU when he released his schedule for the next month on Thursday.
Camp dates! (These are subject to change) but this is the base schedule @jada_theblock @JadaHenderson77 with the edit🔥🔥 @ChadSimmons_ @Birm @SWiltfong247 @WVUfootball @UHCougarFB @UAB_FB @AlabamaFTBL @VandyFootball @GeorgiaFootball @GamecockFB @NDFootball pic.twitter.com/NJIYStHJKa
— Jamison Kitna (@JamisonKitna) May 25, 2023
This update comes two weeks after West Virginia sent an official offer to the 6-foot-2, 215-pound three-star quarterback. Kitna, the son of former NFL quarterback Jon Kitna, spent his sophomore season at Burleson High School in Burleson, Texas and will spend his junior season at Lakota East High School in Cincinnati, Ohio.
WVSN caught up with Kitna soon after he received an offer from the Mountaineers. He opened up about his recruitment, his style of play, what he’s looking for in a college program and how his dad has helped him.
WVU QB Recruit Jamison Kitna Details Being Developed by Former NFL QB Dad
The legacy quarterback also has visits to Houston, UAB, Alabama, Vanderbilt, Georgia, North Carolina State and Notre Dame on the schedule and has offers from many other Power Five schools.
Click here to find our complete list of the offers sent by the WVU football program.