Suwanee (Ga.) Lambert four-star wide receiver Kojo Antwi announced on July 5 that he is committing to Ohio State. He made the announcement back on March 11 that the decision was between the Buckeyes and Alabama, Georgia, Texas A&M and USC.
Antwi is the 16th-best receiver and No. 115 overall prospect in the 2022 class. He made visits to all five of his finalists, including to Ohio State on June 18. Following that visit, he told Lettermen Row’s Jeremy Birmingham that it went well, but that he did not want to give up anything involving his decision.
“I really want to keep this commitment low key,” Antwi said to Birmingham. “I’m trying not to really give anybody any guesses on where I’m committing. But Ohio State was great. My family loved Coach (Ryan) Day as a coach and as a person. We had about a 30-minute talk before we left campus and it was great. It’ll be very tough making a decision, especially after this visit with Ohio State.”
As he has hoped, there had been a lot of uncertainty as to where Antwi was projected to land. Less than a week before his decision, Antwi had five crystal ball predictions, three of which were for Georgia, one was for Ohio State and one was for Texas A&M. Ultimately, three crystal balls in favor of the Buckeyes came in on the last two days before Antwi’s decision.
Antwi becomes the fourth wide receiver in the 2022 class, joining Austin (Texas) Lake Travis five-star Caleb Burton, Chicago St. Rita four-star Kaleb Brown and Chandler, Ariz. four-star Kyion Grayes.
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