O'Quinn Flips From MAC To UC

Jason Stamm, Editor
Bearcat Report

Lake (OH) tight end Dylan O'Quinn entered this weekend committed to Western Michigan. He ended it as a Bearcat.

After visiting Cincinnati officially this weekend, O'Quinn de-committed from the Broncos and gave his pledge to the Bearcats. The 6'5" and 255-pound O'Quinn had been a Cincinnati target for the past few months.

O'Quinn becomes commitment No. 20 in the Bearcats' 2018 recruiting class and was recruited by assistant coach Joker Phillips. He's also the second tight end, joining La Salle (OH) three-star Josh Whyle. O'Quinn, however, will be used primarily as a blocking tight end.

Check back with BearcatReport.com for more on O'Quinn's commitment and what it means for Cincinnati.

Tight end

2 STARS

Cincinnati
Millbury

RR: 5.4

Ht: 6'5.0"

Wt: 255.0

Class: 2018

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POSITION

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NATIONAL

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STATE

Commitment status:

verbal

Cincinnati

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