Penn State football is trending to land the commitment of four-star QB Michael Van Buren, while Oregon football is now doing the same for Luke Moga.
Things are starting to become a little clearer when it comes to quarterback recruiting in the 2024 class and that’s true with a couple of uncommitted quarterbacks.
We recently predicted where each of the top five uncommitted quarterbacks would wind up in the 2024 class and one of those is Michael Van Buren, a four-star signal-caller out of the DMV. He’s got offers from Alabama, Michigan, Oregon, Alabama, and many others are in the mix as well as Penn State football.
The 5-foot-11, 185-pound quarterback who has drawn some comparisons to Bryce Young, is expected to announce his commitment in July according to 247 Sports. And after a slew of crystal ball projections for Penn State football, it seems like the Nittany Lions are poised to land the No. 11 quarterback in the 2024 class according to the 247 Sports composite rankings.
Van Buren is ranked 132nd overall. He has an official visit scheduled to Penn State football in June and despite a recent visit to Oregon, four crystal ball projections for the Nittany Lions tell you where this is likely headed.
Oregon football also trending for top-30 QB in 2024
Oregon football was hoping to land Van Buren and the Ducks also had hopes for Dylan Raiola and others in the 2024 class. However, it looks like head coach Dan Lanning is focused on another 2024 signal-caller and that’s Luke Moga out of Arizona.
Former Oregon football OC Kenny Dillingham, who is now the head coach at Arizona State, has the Sun Devils heavily involved. But Moga is visiting the Ducks later this month and has a commitment announcement set for soon after.
Multiple crystal ball projections have come in this week for Oregon football to land the commitment of the No. 28 quarterback in the 2024 class. Moga is also ranked 498th overall via the 247 Sports composite rankings, as well as 10th in the state of Arizona.
Moga is 6-foot-2, 190 pounds and while he’s not an elite quarterback in the class by his ranking, it would be a nice regional victory for Oregon football, especially with a number of other Pac-12 programs in pursuit.