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Injury will impact the stock of a pair of West Virginia offensive linemen.
The first is Pat Eger, one of the returning offensive linemen who has been spending time at center this spring.
He is having some issues with his ankle and will miss some time because of it; however, he will likely still be the favorite after he returns.
According to offensive line coach Ron Crook, two players have been working at center in Eger's stead—Tony Matteo and Russell Haughton-James. However, he did say that Eger shouldn't be effected long term by his injury (via WVUSports.com).
The second injury is to Adam Pankey. Holgorsen reported that the redshirt freshman underwent surgery for a torn ACL, which will keep him out until September or October (via WVUSports.com).
This injury is especially unfortunate, as both Crook and Holgorsen commented that Pankey was making strides in the spring. He was on the short list of players lined up to take one of the vacant starting positions on the offensive line.
The Mountaineers have plenty of possibilities on the line without Pankey, but his injury hurts nonetheless.