WVU Football Recruiting
WVU Football Shows Interest in 2024 3-Star DB Quentin Taylor Jr.
Friday saw the Mountaineers send multiple offers to three-star defensive back recruits. And soon after Raemon Mosby announced that he received an offer from the WVU football program, so did Quentin Taylor Jr.
Like Mosby, it’s believed wide receivers coach Bilal Marshall is the one building a relationship with Taylor, who has been appointed to recruit in the southern states. Taylor attends Lake Minneola High School in Lake Minneola, Florida.
Blessed to receive an offer from West Virginia University! #HailWV 🟡🔵 @Backendcoach12 @_CoachCod @___Dwil @WVUfootball @LMHS_HawksFTBL @Excelspeed12 @CoachDrico @Andrew_Ivins @chadmavety55 @DbCoacht @RyanWrightRNG @adamgorney @Rivals @larryblustein @MohrRecruiting pic.twitter.com/2U2GMXRpji
— Quentin Taylor Jr (@QuentinT_3) May 12, 2023
Taylor (6-foot, 180 pounds) is not as universally recognized as Mosby, but is classified as a three-star by 247 Sports. He’s their number 128 Florida prospect and number 93 safety in the country.
Iowa State and Virginia are considered to be the two schools most likely to land Taylor. Akron, Duke, JMU, Liberty, Temple, USF, Washington and several other similar programs have also sent offers to the Florida based corner.