Lambert Wide receiver Kojo Antwi committed to Ohio State early in July after receiving offers from Alabama, Georgia, USC and Texas A&M. Considered a 4 star recruit, the 18th best receiver in the country and the 127th best over prospect, Antwi is set to play in the All-American Bowl January 8th before joining the Buckeyes. He was recruited by OSU coach Brian Hartline and area recruiter Al Washington and made his decision a couple of weeks after an official (June 18th) visit to Columbus.
Kojo Antwi’s Decision
Georgia and Texas A&M were strong considerations with his family in Georgia and a brother living close to the Aggies. Antwi does have some family in Cincinnati Ohio. During the visit to Ohio, his family really liked the academics at Ohio State with the young prospect looking to major in computer science.
What Antwi Offers Ohio State
Antwi is a 6’0” 190lbs bulky receiver with good speed and game breaking ability. Has shown good hands and body control. Runs track in addition to football. Open the 2021 season with a 63 yard catch and run for a touchdown for Lambert.
The 2022 OSU Wide Receiver Class
Antwi joins Caleb Burton, Kaleb Brown and Kyion Grayes in the wide receiver class of 2022 at Ohio State. Class was previously ranked the best in the nation but has slipped to 3rd now with the loss a couple players and quarterback Quinn Ewers reclassifying to 2021.
Kojo Antwi: 2022 receiver commits to Ohio State over Texas A&M, Georgia, Alabama and USC.