West Virginia wide receiver Anthony DelPercio’s team headshot is one of a kind.
Words can’t exactly describe the gem that was dug up by USA Today’s Paul Myerberg, but this is the look that the freshman from Middletown, Del. has with his bio on the Mountaineers’ team page.
West Virginia WR Anthony DelPercio has a commanding early lead for best FBS headshot of 2018 pic.twitter.com/B8Z3kuazae
— Paul Myerberg (@PaulMyerberg) May 14, 2018
Yes. That is a real team headshot — an incredible one, nonetheless.
And the best part? There may be more coming, if DelPercio’s tweet regarding the photo was any indicator.
— Anthony DelPercio (@ant_daKing_) May 14, 2018
We’ll find out soon enough what we’re in store for, but it appears that DelPercio may not be found sporting a mullet that much longer when fans search for him on the web.
West Virginia is coming off a 7-6 season in 2017, but DelPercio is set to be part of an offense that has no shortage of experience for the 2018 season. Quarterback Will Grier and wide receiver David Sills V are both returning for their senior seasons.
And if DelPercio does decide, for whatever reason, to keep his current look, perhaps it won’t be the only magical thing surrounding West Virginia football this fall as the team looks to capitalize on its talent with a run at a Big 12 title and possibly more.