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WVU Football Commit Details Why West Virginia Immediately Felt Like Home



WVU Football commit Ja’Quan Bostic

One of West Virginia’s most resent commits is elaborating on why he decided to pick the WVU football program over several other Power 5 opportunities. Jay’Quan Bostic explained to WV Sports Now what made becoming a Mountaineer the right choice for him.

Bostic (6-foot-3, 180 pounds), who announced his commitment on July 3, immediately mentioned that he felt as if WVU was home right away.

“It felt like home when I first arrived on campus and I see why it’s called almost heaven,” he said. “It’s wonderful and has everything you need to be at the next level.”

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He has experience playing both wide receiver and defensive back at Taft High School in Cincinnati, Ohio. The rest of his top 6 included Cincinnati, Kentucky, Miami (FL), Michigan and Michigan State.

Up until June official visits, Bostic was also considering Boston College, Duke, Georgia Tech, Illinois, Pitt and Syracuse. He completed his official visit with West Virginia a couple weeks ago.

Bostic is rated as a three-star prospect. 247Sports rates Bostic as the 1,068th-ranked recruit in the class (138th-ranked wide receiver and the 45th-ranked recruit from Ohio) while On3 rates him as the 1,009th-ranked recruit in the class (141st-ranked wide receiver and the 39th-ranked recruit from Ohio).

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