Earlier in January, Switzer caught the winning touchdown pass in the Semper Fi All-American game in Anaheim, Calif., a game that was televised nationally by ESPNU.
Switzer carried the ball 206 times for 2,379 yards and 32 touchdowns as a senior, leading the injury-depleted Patriots to the Class AAA playoff semifinals and a 10-3 record.
He caught 20 passes for 253 yards and four touchdowns, and returned three interceptions for scores from his defensive position of cornerback.
Of the 15 Parade All-Americans from West Virginia, nine accepted scholarships to play at West Virginia.
Curt Warner, who starred at Pineville and was a 1987 All-Pro running back with the NFL's Seattle Seahawks, was the first from the state that was named to the team and opted to play college football outside the state.
Warner, who was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2009, played for Coach Joe Paterno at Penn State, and was a standout on the Nittany Lions' 1982 national championship team.
There have been six players - Walter Easley, Robert Alexander, Warner, Moss, Yubrenal Isabelle and Eddie Drummond - who went to school in the Mountain State that were named to the Parade All-American team and later played in the NFL. Drummond, who played at Linsly School in Wheeling, was from Pittsburgh.
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