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Four-Star 2025 Wide Receiver Quincy Porter Commits To Ohio State

By June 14, 2024 (2:32 pm)Football, Recruiting

Ohio State earned another top wide receiver commitment when Oradell (N.J.) Bergan Catholic four-star Quincy Porter (6-3, 190) committed to the Buckeyes on Friday only a few days removed from his official visit. He’s the Buckeyes 15th commitment in the 2025 class.

Porter is the second wide receiver in the class along with Wayne (N.J.) DePaul Catholic four-star De’zie Jones (6-0, 180), who committed in March.

Along with his commitment, Porter has reportedly canceled his visit to Michigan, which was set for this weekend, and one to Oklahoma which was scheduled for the weekend of June 21-23. The Buckeyes also beat out Penn State for Porter’s commitment, who he visited May 31.

He is the eighth overall wide receiver in the class of 2025 and the No. 49 player in the country according to 247Sports composite ranking. He is the No. 1 player in the state of New Jersey.

Ohio State is still pursuing more wide receivers after Porter’s commitment with all eyes on Duncanville, Texas, five-star Dakorien Moore (5-11, 175), Jacksonville (Fla.) Mandarin five-star Jaime Ffrench (6-1, 185) and Lucas (Texas) Lovejoy four-star Daylan McCutcheon (5-11, 175) as the highest ranked pass catchers the Buckeyes are still after.

Wide receivers coach and co-offensive coordinator Brian Hartline has only continued to dominate the recruiting trail for wide receivers with Porter’s commitment.

In his sophomore season, Porter brought in 35 receptions for 686 yards and 11 touchdowns and followed that up with a junior season of 53 catches for 1,107 yards and 19 touchdowns.

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