MORGANTOWN --\u00a0There was a point two years ago when Trevon Wesco would sit in the position meetings inside the Puskar Center with no one else to talk to but himself.\r\nThe 2016 Mountaineers had one tight end \u2014 the term used loosely in the language of WVU\u2019s offense \u2014 on the roster, and that was Wesco. Sure, there were Elijah Wellman and a host of \u201chalfback\u201d types that split time at flanker along the offensive line, but Wesco was the only true tight end in the fold.\r\nFast-forward to this summer, and Wesco doesn\u2019t have to make conversation with himself anymore with the additions of Miami transfer Jovani Haskins, as well as true freshmen Mike O\u2019Laughlin and T.J. Banks.\r\nEven the coaching staff is taking a different approach with tight ends, as head coach Dana Holgorsen named Dan Gerberry the fullbacks\/tight ends coach in a newly established position.\r\nWe\u2019ve heard for years that the tight end will eventually end up in WVU\u2019s offense under Holgorsen and now offensive coordinator Jake Spavital, but every year, the final stats say otherwise. Wesco caught one pass, albeit for a touchdown, in 2016, and had one catch for 1 yard last season (he also caught a 2-point conversion in the Heart of Dallas Bowl, against Utah).\r\nHolgorsen said the reason he didn\u2019t want to add many tight end plays to the offense was because he simply didn\u2019t have enough bodies. That\u2019s not the case anymore, and Wesco believes his senior season could be the year he\u2019s finally a major part of the offense.\r\n\u201cI think we are definitely going to see more of the tight end, 100 percent,\u201d he said. \u201cI\u2019m just excited for us to be on the field and have the opportunity to help our team win the game. We\u2019ll block, catch, do whatever we can do to win.\u201d\r\nWesco, a Martinsburg native, said he\u2019s \u201cby far in the best shape of my life, that\u2019s for a fact.\u201d\r\nHe\u2019s up to 270 pounds and stands at 6-foot-4, so he\u2019s clearly a big target for quarterback Will Grier. But Grier learned a lot about Wesco this spring that he didn\u2019t know from his two years in the program.\r\n\u201cI didn\u2019t realize how talented he really is,\u201d Grier said. \u201cHe had a really, really impressive spring, and we\u2019re excited about his potential and what he can do. He shows up on run plays and just gets after it. If you ask around the locker room, they will tell you the same thing \u2014 he has turned into a difference maker. The defensive guys and the offensive guys alike will tell you the same thing.\u201d\r\nDon\u2019t be surprised to see Wesco do more than he has, as far as his responsibilities go. While he is the most natural and experienced tight end on the team, that position can play in the backfield, a la Wellman\u2019s role.\r\n\u201cI\u2019m catching the ball more than I used to, so I\u2019d say that,\u201d Wesco said. \u201cI\u2019m playing fullback, which I didn\u2019t really do that in the past. I\u2019m doing more of what Eli did.\u201d\r\nWhether or not the tight end will finally become a factor in the offense remains to be seen, but there is no doubt the pieces are there to make it happen. After playing two years and grabbing just two passes for 7 yards, Wesco should be the one to reap the benefits.