The West Virginia Mountaineers just added a new name to the class of 2024 incoming freshmen with the commitment of three-star wide receiver Jay’Quan Bostic.
Bostic joins the Mountaineers after receiving offers from 27 different schools including top programs like Cincinnati, Michigan, Michigan State, Miami and more.
Bostic played on both sides of the ball at Taft high school, taking snaps as a wide receiver on offense and as a safety on defense. While the Mountaineers recruited Bostic primarily as a WR, he is listed as a three-star safety prospect by the 247Sports index and currently ranks as the nation’s 912th-ranked prospect. He also checks in as the 94th-ranked safety in the class of 2024 and the 35th-ranked player in the state of Ohio.
With Bostic’s commitment, the Mountaineers class jumps to the 33rd-ranked class in the nation including a whopping 18 commitments from three-star prospects. Bostic becomes the Mountaineers’ eighth-ranked commitment in the 2024 cycle behind three-stars Obinna Onwuka, Rickey Williams, Brandon Rehmann, Keyshawn Robinson, Makai Byerson, Zae Jennings, and Kyle Altuner.
Jay’Quan Bostic and the rest of the class of 2024 will have an opportunity to watch their new team play on September 2nd when Neal Brown and the Mountaineers kick their season off against Penn State.