Dominic Kirks, four-star USC recruit, leaves Washington.

(Ohio) Painesville County Following his announcement on social media, Dominic Kirks, a four-star defensive lineman from Riverside, has decided to withdraw his commitment to Washington.

Immediately following the resignation of Washington head coach Kalen DeBoer, 

who was named as the next head coach of Alabama following Nick Saban's retirement, Kirks has decided to withdraw his commitment to the team.

According to the 247Sports Composite, Kirks is ranked as the No. 33 defensive lineman and the No. 251 player in the whole country. During the upcoming weekend, he will be paying a visit to Ohio State. 

 Despite the fact that the Trojans have been gaining momentum as of late, the Buckeyes are the favorites to win Kirks games.

The Trojans have some depth issues along the defensive line, and the transfer portal has the ability to remedy them. This is true regardless of what happens with Kirks. 

When the 2024 season rolls around in the Big Ten Conference, it will be fascinating to observe how the defensive line performs during the year.

The defensive lineman, who is 6 feet 5 inches tall and weighs 260 pounds, has also been offered by Pittsburgh, Wisconsin, Kentucky, and Michigan State.

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