It didn't take long for Glasgow running back Marquez Trigg to make up his mind.
After Western Kentucky's staff offered him last week, the 6-foot, 205-pound prospect announced his commitment today.
"When I went to camp, I had talked to Coach (Greg) Nord and Coach (JaMarcus) Shephard, about last week they had called me and told me they wanted to offer me," Trigg said. "This week I got to talk to my parents and family, when I had went down there for visits I liked the place, liked the coaching staff, campus, so that was it.
"I called Coach Shephard and told him I was ready to commit, he said 'welcome to the Hill.'"
Even though he was just recently offered, he's formed a relationship with the coaching staff for months--similar to WKU's other 2015 in-state commitments.
That effort paid off for the Topper staff, as Trigg said he's now all-in with the program.
"I'm done camping," he said. "And the only visits I'll take in the fall will be to WKU."
As a junior in 2013, Trigg rushed for 1,669 yards and 26 touchdowns, also adding five catches for 102 yards and a touchdown.
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