Askew-Henry and Joseph are the perfect combo in the secondary

Karl Joseph made all the highlight reels when he forced four turnovers, three in the same quarter, in West Virginia's season opener. But he has a partner in crime in his secondary that is wreaking quite a bit of havoc.

Joseph has always been a plus in the secondary for the Mountaineers. The problem for a while, however, has been finding him a good running mate. It's early, but that issue appears to have been solved by true freshman Devon Askew-Henry.

The last time a true freshman came in and excelled in the defensive backfield for West Virginia? That's right, it was Karl Joseph. Smoking Musket breaks down why Askew-Henry has a chance to be special.

(h/t Smoking Musket)