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West Virginia QB Nicco Marchiol Visits WV Children’s Hospital

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As part of his NIL program the “Season of Giving”, West Virginia freshman quarterback Nicco Marchiol visited the WVU Children’s Hospital yesterday. Marchiol is set to visit the WVU Children’s Hospital each month delivering toys to the patients.

Marchiol announced his program via a tweet a few weeks ago. The program is run though his foundation the Nicco Marchiol Foundation which he is allowed to be a part of thanks to  NIL rules. He is one of many athletes that have used the NIL rules as a way to give back to their surrounding community.

“This season, my foundation and I have partnered with WVU Children’s Hospital to execute our toy program each month,” Marchiol wrote in a press release on Twitter. “I’m grateful for the opportunity to invest in the West Virginia  Community and support the children in WVU Children’s Hospital.”

Marchiol is the prize recruit of the 2022 recruiting class for West Virginia. A 6-foot-2, 216-pound four-star quarterback from Chandler, Arizona, he is expected to be the future star of the team, but he is likely to sit this season behind high-profile transfer J.T. Daniels.

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