The writing has been on the wall, and now the wait may be over.
Marcus High School (Texas) four-star wide receiver and Under Armour All-American selection Ashton Cozart deleted all references to his Oklahoma commitment and spent this weekend in Eugene on a visit to the University of Oregon.
On Sunday afternoon, the 6-foot-2, 191-pound pass-catcher posted to social media that he has an announcement to make at 8:30 p.m. CT/6:30 p.m. PT:
Given the fact that Cozart is fresh off a visit to Eugene and there's been a flurry of "Cozart to Oregon" predictions in the past few days, a flip to the Ducks seems like a near-certainty.
Cozart is rated the nation's No. 17 wide receiver and the No. 140 overall prospect, which would make him the third highest-rated pledge in Oregon's class, behind only Valley Christian (California) four-star wide receiver Jurrion Dickey (No. 59) and Basha (Arizona) four-star cornerback Cole Martin (No. 73).
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