Recruiting Race Heats Up! 4-Star WR Considers USC Football Among Final Choices, Commitment Date Set

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Four-star wide receiver Jayvan Boggs decommitted from Ohio State at the end of March. As of this week, he has narrowed his search for a new program to his final four; Georgia, Missouri, UCF, and USC Football. He has also announced that he will finalize his decision on July 4th.

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Boggs had been considering Texas, Florida, and Notre Dame before this newest announcement.

“I am liking them a lot right now. I just need to get out there, ” Boggs said about USC to On3, “They always have good receivers and the coaches know what they are talking about. They are up there with the best offensively too.”

The 6-foot, 200-pound pass-catcher has an official visit scheduled for June 7th with the Trojans. The Cocoa High junior is the 13th-ranked wide receiver nationally per Rivals.com.

Boggs caught 93 passes for 1493 yards and 23 touchdowns last season for the Cocoa Tigers, per MaxPreps

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