“The recruiting process has been alright,” Erik Ezukanma said. “I’ve got a lot of attention this year, and hopefully all of this will get me to the next level.”
Kansas extended a verbal offer, but Houston Cougars is showing the most interest in the 2018 standout receiver.
“Houston most definitely,” Ezukanma said. “They've given me a game invite a couple of weeks back, and they treated me like family. I liked it there.”
Timber Creek is off to a 3-2 start on the season.
“Well the Timber Creek High School started the season great at 3-0, but we hit a bump in the road against Denton and Fossil so as of now we're 3-2,” Ezukanma said. “This bye will help us tremendously, and we'll bounce back. But on the other hand my season so far has been great I've broken school records. Average 3 Touchdowns a game and I'm going to try to do what I can to win.”
Ezukanma is not sure which team he will visit next, but he is hoping to receive interest from the Oregon Ducks.
Ezukanma possesses a great frame to become a big outside receiver, though his agility and penchant for making defenders miss in close quarters are reminiscent of a significantly smaller slot receiver. He's a smooth, gliding receiver who can hurt a defense vertically and in the screen game, while also preventing a serious threat in jet/fly situations. -- Gabe Brooks.
2015: As a sophomore, Ezukanma caught 25 passes for 274 yards and two touchdowns. He also ran for 30 yards.