Ashton Cozart, 4-star receiver, flips commitment from Oklahoma to Oregon Ducks

Oregon has added flipped a blue chip prospect from Oklahoma to its 2023 recruiting class.

Ashton Cozart, a four-star receiver who visited UO this weekend, announced his commitment to the Ducks on Sunday. He had been committed to the Sooners since Feb. 4.

“First and foremost, nothing I’ve achieved would be possible without God and everything he has blessed me with,” Cozart wrote via his social media. “I want to thank the University of Oklahoma for the opportunity to play at the next level, and the fans for the love and support. My recruiting experience has taught me so much, and after a long talk with my family and mentors, I have made the decision to go in another direction.

“The biggest factors with my decision are development, culture, and the relationships I have with the university. I’ve grown up in the Pacific Northwest most of my life, and have dreamed of playing there since I was a kid. With that being said, I am flipping my commitment to the University of Oregon. Sco Ducks.”

The 6-foot-1, 181-pound Cozart had 36 catches into 680 yards and 11 touchdowns as a junior at Marcus High (Tex.).

The No. 32 players in Texas, No. 12 receivers and No. 164 overall prospect in the class of 2023 in the 247Sports Composite, Cozart is the fifth player to commit to Oregon’s class, including the second receiver. He joins fellow wide out Jurion Dickey, cornerback Cole Martin, defensive tackle Tevita Pome’e and running back Dante Dowdell, in a group that’s No. 21 in the 247Sports Composite overall and in the top 10 based on average per commit,

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