After competing at the Bearcats camp this week, 2024 3-star defensive back Quinton Price announced his commitment to Cincinnati!
Going into his senior campaign at Taft High School, Price is the 49th highest ranked prospect from Ohio according to 247 Sports.
Price received a scholarship offer from Cincinnati in mid December and recently competed in the Bearcats summer camp on Wednesday.
The 2024 3-star defensive back committed to his hometown school over Kentucky, Purdue, Syracuse, West Virginia and others.
Cincinnati Football: Bearcats receive commitment from 2024 3-star defensive back Quinton Price
A pair of hometown prospects participated in the recent camp including fellow Taft High School product and 2025 3-star Drayden Pavey.
Even though it’s still early in his recruitment, Pavey is currently projected to commit to Cincinnati per On3’s Recruiting Prediction Machine.
Pavey impressed in one of the Bearcats camps last summer and eventually picked up an offer from his hometown program in April.
Scott Satterfield’s coaching staff will continue to show interest in Pavey alongside several other notable prospects moving forward.
Cincinnati Football: 2024 3-star defensive back Quinton Price reflects on journey to the Bearcats
Price reflected on his journey to commit to the Bearcats in a recent social media post.
"“Many don’t make it out from where I’m from. I’ve witnessed a lot so far in my life. I saw my mother work hard to make sure that I was safe and by her example, values were instilled in me. Hard work, persistence and loyalty. Through it all, I was able to formulate a vision for myself. Triumph, victory, dedication, attention to detail and being a leader. These are the lessons the game of football has taught me. I love this game and what it brings to me on and off the field. Thank you to all my coaches, teammates, family and God that helped guide me and that got me prepared for the next chapter. I want to be great and will be great. As my journey to the highest level continues, there’s only one institution I feel I can call home. At the University of Cincinnati.”"