4-star WR Jayvan Boggs narrows list to 7 ahead of official visits

Collin-headshotby:Collin Ginnan04/17/24


Cocoa (Fla.) four-star wide receiver Jayvan Boggs has narrowed his list to seven schools and scheduled four official visits, he tells On3’s Chad Simmons.

Boggs, a former Ohio State commit, is down to UCF, USC, Georgia, Missouri, Texas, Florida and Notre Dame.

He has also set official visits to see the Knights (May 31), Trojans (June 7), Bulldogs (June 14) and Tigers (June 21).

Boggs is the nation’s No. 211 overall prospect, No. 26 wide receiver and No. 33 recruit from Florida in the 2025 cycle according to the On3 Industry Ranking — a weighted average that utilizes all four major recruiting media companies.

“My recruitment is wide open again and I am hearing everyone out,” Boggs told On3 at the beginning of April. “Over the last few weeks, I talked things over with my parents and decided to back off the commitment to Ohio State, take official visits and find the best place for me.

Boggs is planning to make a final decision before his senior season.

“I want it to play out where I take my official visits, then decide in July or at the latest, in August,” Boggs added. “If I need to take it farther, I will, but I want to be set with the school before my senior season.

“When I commit this time, it will be set in stone and I will be shutting my recruitment down. After being committed to Ohio State, and opening things up, this next decision will be it for me.”

More on UCF, USC, Georgia and Missouri

UCF: “UCF is is the hometown team for me. The staff is building something and they are putting together a top recruiting class. They are working to keep all of the dogs in central Florida.”

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

Georgia:  “What I like the most about Georgia is how Coach Smart and Coach Coley coach. I like their coaching styles. They are on their guys heavy and they want their players to be great. Those are the type of coaches I want to play for.”

Missouri: “I had a good time out there. I saw practice, I have a good relationship with Coach Jacob Peeler and Missouri showed me a lot when I was there.”