On Wednesday, the Oregon Ducks were placed in elite company for a four-star receiver from Georgia. Suwanee (Ga.) Lambert 2022 wide receiver Kojo Antwi has posted his top eight including the Ducks along with a host of other top programs nationwide.
Antwi’s top eight consists of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Ohio State, Oregon, South Carolina, Texas A&M and USC. The Ducks initially offered Antwi in April 2020 and have remained a constant in his recruiting. Oregon was one of the first programs to reach on September 1, when college coaches were able to contact 2022 prospects.
The broads had a strong junior season with 44 receptions for 795 yards and nine touchdowns. This follows a second season where Antwi caught 48 passes for 679 yards and six touchdowns.
According to the industry-generated 247Sports Composite ranking, Antwi is listed as the No. 162 global perspective and no. 19 wide receiver of the 2022 class. In the ranking of 247Sports, Antwi is listed as the No. 238 global perspective and no. 32 wide in the classroom.
Having landed a squad of elite passing catchers in the 2021 class, Oregon are looking to continually add to the pool of positions and have a number of the best players in the country considering the Ducks.
The Ducks currently have two engagements in the 2022 class. 2022 Mustang (Okla.) Tight end Andre Dollar picked the Ducks in September after visiting Oregon in the spring of 2020. Portland (Ore.) Central Catholic Emar’rion Winston s ‘joined the Ducks in July after being a frequent visitor to Oregon. Emar’rion Winston is the younger brother of former Oregon linebacker La’Mar Winston, a four-year starter for the Ducks who graduated in 2019.
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