MORGANTOWN, W.Va. -- JaJuan Seider's Twitter timeline is mostly filled with info about West Virginia University football.
The exception: Duck Dynasty retweets.
"That's my show, man," said Seider, who is in his first season as WVU's running backs coach. "I love my man Uncle Si."
Coach Sei and Uncle Si. What a combo, right?
Both are salesmen, after all. Seider wants to lure Florida's top prep football talent to the hills of Morgantown. Uncle Si - whose real name is Silas Robertson - wants to help hunters lure waterfowl.
Seider is from Belle Glade, Fla., a town often referred to as "Muck City" because of the muck that is used to grow sugarcane in the area. Duck Dynasty, which coincidentally begins season 4 tonight, is based out of West Monroe, La.
"I can really relate to the show because we have the swamps and the rabbit chasing and the gators," Seider said. "It's a redneck show, but I like it because it always goes back to core values and family."
Seider, a Doc Holliday disciple who, like his mentor, is known for his recruiting acumen, was hired by WVU in March. The former Mountaineers quarterback coached running backs and was the recruiting coordinator for three seasons at Marshall after following Holliday there in 2009.
When third-year WVU Coach Dana Holgorsen announced Seider's return, he cited the assistant's recruiting ability and added that Seider's "background will be an asset to our program."
That is a nod to Seider's strong ties in South Florida, where Seider grew up, played collegiately after WVU (Florida A&M) and returned as a high school coach (Glades Central, Palm Beach Lakes and Lake Worth).
The Herd depth chart is dominated by Floridians - the current roster shows 34 Sunshine State natives - and the program signed 13 from the state in February.
WVU has 20 on its roster from Florida a season after record-setting quarterback Geno Smith and receiving target Stedman Bailey were taken in the NFL Draft.
The Mountaineers' 2013 recruiting class included student-athletes from 16 states, including three from Florida.
The 2014 class already has 13 non-binding verbal commitments, three of which are from Florida.