USC loses recruitment for four-star receiver Jayvan Boggs

Jayvan Boggs, a four-star wide receiver from Cocoa, Florida, committed to Missouri on July 4, announcing his commitment live on the Rivals Instagram page.

From Boggs’ analysis by 247Sports scouting director Andrew Ivins:

“He has the potential to be a multi-year Power Four starter and could be included in his rotation sooner rather than later as he doesn't lack polish.”

Boggs was also named to the 2023 MaxPreps High School Football Junior All-America Team.

Boggs earned state and national recognition and dominated as a junior with 93 receptions for 1,493 yards and 23 touchdowns in 2023.

Boggs chose Mizzou from more than two dozen universities over UCF, USC, Florida, Georgia and Notre Dame. He had official visits scheduled for July to Georgia and USC, but canceled those trips to be a Missouri Tiger.

USC just won a wide receiver recruiting deal against Missouri. It won the Corey Simms recruiting deal against the Tigers and Penn State. Among the various recruiting deals USC has lost in recent weeks, this one won't hurt much. The Trojans need to strengthen their defense, and especially their defensive line.

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