Flower Mound (Texas) Marcus Wide receiver Ashton Cozart announced Sunday night that he had flipped his promise from Oklahoma to Oregon.
Cozart was able to take a step back from his official visit to Eugene this weekend after an exciting week considering the appointment. Brent VeneblesNo-visit policy for committed employers.
News spread on Tuesday night that Cozart would officially tour Oregon, raising questions from Oklahoma trustees about how Venezuelans would handle the first promising possibility of a trip elsewhere since his staff arrived in Norman.
Communication between Cozart and Oklahoma finally took place in the days after which there was further speculation about how Suners staff would handle the situation.
However, not much happened to Oklahoma as sources told rivals that Cozart’s intention was to overturn his Oregon tour.
Cozart, a native of the Pacific Northwest, played his second season at Burien (Wash.) Kennedy Cathley before moving to the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex where he briefly participated in the North Richland Mountains before settling on Flower Mound Marcus.
In his junior season, Cozart took 36 receptions for 680 yards and 11 touchdowns.
Cozart has become Oregon’s fifth promise of the 2023 class and the second receiver promise to join San Jose (California) Valley Christian four-star Jurian Dickey.
At 6-foot-3, 178 pounds, Cozart has been ranked as a three-star prospect by rivals. He is the 52nd ranked wide receiver from the state of Texas and the 80th recruit.