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)