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WVU Football Special Teams Hit By Transfer Portal

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MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Twelve days before the Mountaineers were set to kick off the season, special teams coordinator Jeff Koonz’s room received the news of a last-minute departure. Redshirt freshman punter/kicker Kaulin Parris tweeted earlier today that he was leaving the WVU program.

The Bluefield, W.Va. native had also been offered a preferred walk-on opportunity at Virginia Tech coming out of high school, but decided to stay in-state and sign his National Letter of Intent in 2019 with the Mountaineers.

As a senior at Bluefield High, Parris hit three field goals and went 74-of-79 on extra point attempts. He’ll still have four years of eligibility left.

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