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4-Star Wide Receiver Has Future All-American Talent

Kojo Antwi is already a fantastic wide receiver. He's able to stretch the field and make life difficult for opposing cornerbacks nearly every time he touches the ball.

Antwi has shined for Lambert High School in Suwanee, Georgia, over the last few seasons. As a member of the 2022 recruiting class, his offers continue to pour in.

Antwi hasn't made a decision just yet, and expert analysts at 247Sports have contradictory opinions about where they think he'll sign.

Regardless, he is a top target for multiple schools, and these sweepstakes will only get more exciting as time goes on.

Kojo Antwi Recruiting

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Back in March 2021, wide receiver Kojo Antwi announced that Alabama, Georgia, Ohio State, Texas A&M, and USC were his top schools.

In addition to those five programs, he's also received offers from Arizona State, Arkansas, Auburn, Baylor, Duke, Florida, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisville, LSU, Maryland, Michigan, Michigan State, Minnesota, Mississippi State, NC State, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ole Miss, Oregon, Penn State, South Carolina, TCU, Tennessee, Texas, UCF, and Wisconsin.

The UGA Bulldogs are notorious for their ability to recruit talent from the state of Georgia, so Kirby Smart and his staff certainly have a chance to land Antwi.

Elsewhere in the SEC, the Texas A&M Aggies have made a strong push for the wideout.

The Buckeyes have also made Antwi a top priority. Brian Hartline is helping shape Ohio State football's offense of the future, and future commits Caleb Burton and Kyion Grayes got the chance to speak to Antwi over Zoom.

The NCAA college football recruiting dead period ends in June, and Antwi will be making an official visit to Columbus.

Antwi will make his commitment official in July 2021.

WR Kojo Antwi Highlights 

Kojo Antwi is incredibly quick and only needs a tiny window to break past the defensive back and gain separation. Several of the plays in the highlight reel showcase his ability to be a consistent threat.

In 2019, he totaled 679 receiving yards and scored six touchdowns, and he followed that up with a nine-TD campaign in 2020.

Kojo Antwi is a four-star recruit with an impending commitment to make. Whether it's a team from the SEC or a surprise suitor, he will make any offense better.

With a little more polish to his game, the NFL Draft could be the next destination in his football journey.

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