BY KEENAN CUMMINGS\r\nMORGANTOWN --\u00a0Another camp, more in-state offers.\r\nOr at least that seems to be the recipe of late when it comes to the WVU football program. After extending a scholarship to Fairmont Senior 2020 defensive end Zach Frazier, the Mountaineers followed up with a daily-double of offers to Kanawha Valley players.\r\nCapital defensive back Kerry Martin and South Charleston 2021 defensive end Zeiqui Lawton became the latest in a string of in-state prospects to collect offers from WVU.\r\nMartin, 6-foot-2 and 188 pounds, isn\u2019t a new name on the radar considering he camped in Morgantown for several years, but this might have been his most rewarding trip to date.\r\nWorking out exclusively as a defensive back during the camp, the Mountain State product caught the attention of the coaches, which led to the decision to pull the trigger.\r\nThe senior-to-be was excited over the news.\r\n\u201cThey offered me. I\u2019m very grateful for that. It\u2019s just great that your hometown team, your home state team offers you a scholarship,\u201d Martin said. \u201cThis is our state school. We don\u2019t have any leagues; we don\u2019t have any NFL teams, so it\u2019s definitely a blessing they gave me an offer.\u201d\r\nMartin already held offers from Rutgers, Cincinnati and around 10 other programs, but he made it clear that while he isn\u2019t ready to name leaders, the Mountaineers hold a special place on his list.\r\nHe already is planning a return visit for July and hopes to have a bow put on his recruitment by the time his senior season rolls around in August.\r\nWhile that recruitment could be coming to a close soon, the cycle for Lawton is only just beginning. After wrapping up his freshman season for the Black Eagles, the defensive end held offers from Eastern Kentucky and Marshall. WVU became his first from the Power 5 level.\r\nAt 6-3 and 240, Lawton ran an impressive 40-yard dash and more than held his own in the one-on-one portion, earning the offer from the Mountaineers. He didn\u2019t expect it this early, but it was exciting all the same to add the in-state flagship program to his list.\r\n\u201cI was happy and very excited,\u201d Lawton said.\r\nThe offer won\u2019t be the last for Lawton, who projects as an elite talent in his recruiting class.\r\nBut as has been the case of late, WVU got its foot in the door early. And that\u2019s a good start.