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INDIANAPOLIS -

Thursday's media session at the NFL Combine provided us the opportunity to speak with a member of the media who does not hide his affinity for West Virginia.

Mike Florio of NBC Sports' Pro Football Talk is a Wheeling native who graduated from WVU and though his job requires that he know the ins and outs of professional football, he pays equal attention to the Mountaineers as a fan.

We caught up with him to discuss the current group of WVU football players vying for attention throughout the weekend, including quarterback Geno Smith, receivers Tavon Austin and Stedman Bailey, and offensive lineman Joe Madsen, whose interview you can see here.

Check out what Florio had to say about the league's view of West Virginia's top football talent and what he thinks of the team's future under Dana Holgorsen.

Smith, Austin and Bailey will be available for interviews on Friday and look for a chat with former WVU punter and kicker and current Indianapolis Colt Pat McAfee.

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