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West Virginia QB Recruit Jamison Kitna Details Experiencing WVU for First Time



WVU Football QB recruit Jamison Kitna

West Virginia is far from the only major program courting quarterback prospect Jamison Kitna, but the Mountaineers are fresh in his mind right now.

After speaking with the class of 2025 three-star talent once already, WV Sports No reached back out to Kitna following his recent trip to Morgantown. Kitna’s first time experiencing the WVU campus in person came about a month after he received an official offer from West Virginia.

As far what Kitna did while on campus, “I got to tour facilities, work out with Coach (Sean) Reagan and meet about academics and strength training,” he said.

Kitna heard from WVU coaches about why they liked his game when they was called him with the offer, but meeting in person is about building a relationship with the highly coveted NFL legacy. According to Kitna, being around each other allowed him to feel more comfortable with the coaching staff and for them to get a look at how he throws up close.

Meeting Strengthened Relationship Between Kitna and WVU Coaches

“They all loved how I threw the football and said they were fired up about me,” said Kitna.

Kitna knows what he brings to an offense and what type of system would best utilize his skills. “I would say dual threat QB, but the system that fits me best is a pro style system because I can run and use my legs. Ultimately, my game is decision making and knowing where to go with the football,” he explained when evaluating his own game.

He also knows what he has to work on before stepping out on the field of a major conference team. “Throwing motion quickness and going through my progressions with my feet.”

Of course, a player like Kitna, especially one with an NFL pedigree and lineage from his father, is likely going to pick the school he feels can help get him drafted. With that said, a cultural fit is also important.

Kitna enjoyed Morgantown and West Virginia University beyond just the football program. “I thought it was really cool how it was built into the mountain.”

But before he even thinks about committing anywhere, Kitna is mostly focused on ending his high school career strong. He will spend his junior season at Lakota East High School in Cincinnati, Ohio after attending at Burleson High School in Burleson, Texas as a sophomore.

Click here to learn more about how Kitna is handling the pressure that comes with being the son of a former NFL quarterback. Kitna even details how his dad Jon Kitna has assisted in developing his game.

WVU QB Recruit Jamison Kitna Details Being Developed by Former NFL QB Dad

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