Scott High School quarterback Matt Frye picked up a his second offer on Wednesday.
The junior signal caller was offered by the University of Charleston to along with his previous offer from West Virginia State University.
Frye said that he is just enjoying the recruiting process.
“It’s been a great experience and helped me get the feel of different systems as I have attended these camps,” he said.
During his junior season, Frye passed for 2929 yards and 36 touchdowns while also rushing for 593 yards and 8 touchdowns. Along the way, he captured a First Team All-State selection, a First Team All-Conference selection and the Cardinal Conference Co-player of the Year.
While teams are focusing on Frye, he says that he is more concerned with his senior season for the Skyhawks.
“I’m definitely taking my time,” he stated. “My main focus is winning a ring with my team right now. After this season, I will definitely narrow my choices and decide.”
Frye stressed that it was a team effort and that he is not alone in this journey.
“I couldn’t do it without God, my family’s support, my coaches and trainer for pushing my name,” Frye noted. “I also want to thank all of my teammates who make me look as good as I do.”
Frye should be a front runner for the Kennedy Award with a Scott team that advanced to the quarterfinals of the WVSSAC Class AA Playoffs.