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Kojo Antwi told DawgNation that he was privately down to two schools among a top four of Georgia, Ohio State, Texas A&M and USC last month. (Jeff Sentell/DawgNation)

4-star WR Kojo Antwi commits to Ohio State on his Mom’s birthday

Want to attack every day with the latest Georgia football recruiting info? That’s what the Intel brings. This entry is about the latest with 4-star WR Kojo Antwi of Lambert High School in Metro Atlanta.


The choices for 4-star WR Kojo Antwi came down to Georgia, Ohio State, Texas A&M and USC. The in-state speedster from Lambert High School in Metro Atlanta decided on the school which gave him an optimal visit that reflected the best possible vision of his future.

Antwi felt that choice was Ohio State and committed to that program to honor his mother, Martha, on her birthday.

The Buckeyes got an impactful official visit in June and it meant the difference. Antwi told DawgNation last month that the group of receivers he meshed with more than any other on his June visit tour was the one in Columbus.

He felt like he basically knew every wide receiver at Ohio State coming out of that official visit.

Antwi ranks as the nation’s No. 16 WR and the No. 115 overall recruit for 2022 on the 247Sports Composite ratings. He gave Georgia his first official visit with the likes of Oscar Delp, De’Nylon Morrissette, Gunner Stockton and Branson Robinson, among others.

He told DawgNation late last month that the biggest draw to Ohio State was indeed Hartline.

“Coach [Brian] Hartline,” he said. “The receiver room that they have over there. He’s developing them and sending two first-rounders to the league next year and possibly another two the next year. He’s all about detail as well.”

USC offered the best chance at early playing time, but that was not what he was looking for. Antwi had told DawgNation many times that he was just looking for a home.

What would his best potential fit within the locker room? He also answered this one without a breath of hesitation.

“Ohio State for sure,” Antwi said. “I’ve talked with basically every receiver in that room. I got to kick it with them this past weekend. I built a really good relationship with those guys.”

Texas A&M was also a major contender for his decision. Antwi had family in Texas. With this decision, the Bulldogs have still had one receiver commitment for the 2022 cycle in Morrissette.

It does appear that 4-star WR Andre Greene Jr. is the most important receiver target for UGA at this time. That distinction has not changed over the last couple of months.

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