Sting factor: Ashton Cozart flip from Oklahoma to Oregon

When a major program loses a core assignment, Rivals.com analyzes from the local and national level to see how big of a push it is for the respective school. To measure the “sting” of each decree, we assign a score from one to 10, which is not a big deal and 10 is a catastrophic hit.

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The beginning of the story

Ashton Cozart was committed to Oklahoma for about four months but recently the top three-star receiver planned an official tour of Oregon, which will be opposed by the Sunars coach. Brent VeneblesNo-visit policy for committed players.

But that doesn’t seem to matter. Flower Mound (Texas) Marcus Standout who was originally heading north-west from the Pacific Ocean to Eugene and had written on the wall that one would be inverted with the duck.

It was time to visit and is now the second comprehensive receiver in Oregon class with Cozart four-star Jurian Dickey. Just like the former coach Mario Cristobal Nationally, the first-year Oregon coach had success in hiring Dan Lanning The duck has now gone to five different states for five possibilities.

There are some big promises for goldsmiths in this recruitment class through huge coaching changes but Cozart is the first one that is not connected Lincoln RileyDecision to leave USC.

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Local response

“Right now with a new coaching staff there is a lot of realization for Oklahoma. So whenever they lose a promise I think it extends somewhat to the national perception of what’s happening in Oklahoma’s 2023 recruitment class. The loss of Ashton Cozart, the wide receiver committed since February, is a painful blow because he is a talented receiver who fits quite well into what he wants to do aggressively from the Oklahoma receiver position. Before the arrival of Brent Venable, there was no problem in hiring a massive receiver for Oklahoma, and based on the feedback received from receivers across the country, there is much optimism about the future of Oklahoma’s crime. Jeff Levy E.g.

“Again, the realization is a painful reality for Oklahoma that they have lost a promise and it is not how many will see and be seen by many but rather that Kozart was one of their most active employers and reasonably a hard worker for them. The most important metro area in Dallas. Kozart.” Of course he was an important recruiter but he should be fine until he can find the talent he needs from the Oklahoma receiver and start landing some of those people in the relatively near future. ” – Josh McCuistion, SoonerScoop.com

Sting factor: 7

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National response

“Cozart is a very talented receiver and Oklahoma lost a huge chunk of the best receivers in the country when Riley moved to USC but Suners will be fine and a lot of talented players will still want to play in Norman.

With Jeff Levy, Dimarco Murray, Cal Gundi And on the offensive side, Oklahoma will recruit skilled players and then turn them into high-level players on the field. If Cozart wants to go somewhere else, it’s a loss because he’s a talented receiver but there’s plenty of fish in the ocean and Oklahoma will get its fair share. I’m not worried about Suners’ recruitment. ” Adam Gorny, National Recruiting Director

Sting factor: 4

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