Ohio State has their first wide receiver commit of their 2025 recruiting class as Jayvan Boggs out of Cocoa High School in Cocoa, Florida announced his commitment to the Buckeyes.
Boggs (6-0 188) is ranked the No. 50 wide receiver in the nation and the No. 368 player overall in the 247Sports Composite. Boggs has drawn comparisons to former Buckeye first-rounder Jaxon Smith-Njigba, who was ranked the No. 59 wide receiver in the nation at the time of his commitment to Ohio State
Boggs also held offers from Florida, Colorado, Penn State, and Ole Miss.
Boggs worked out at Ohio State’s camp this past June and impressed the coaches and onlookers with his quickness and hands. His play this year for Cocoa has only confirmed those earlier impressions.
In six games so far as a junior, Boggs has posted 48 receptions for 779 yards with 14 touchdowns. Those 14 touchdowns have come over his last five games. In a 37-36 loss to national power St. Thomas Aquinas, Boggs caught 11 passes for 180 yards, scoring four touchdowns. You can see the highlights from that game below.
As a sophomore, Boggs caught 41 passes for 722 yards and 6 touchdowns.
Ohio State now has two members of its 2025 recruiting class, as Boggs joins Bellefontaine quarterback Tavien St. Clair, who committed back in June.
Buckeye Huddle will have more on this commitment in the coming days.