4-Star Receiver Erik Ezukanma Commits to Texas Tech on Local News
Erik Ezukanma is a 4-Star 6'2" receiver that is blazing fast and held offers from Washington State, Utah, SMU, Texas A&M, TCU and several others. The speedy receiver chose Texas Tech on his local news station by throwing a fake Utah Ute hand signal before breaking it off and making it a guns up.
In his Junior and Senior season, according to maxpreps.com, Ezukanma caught 125 passes for 2181 yards and 29 touchdowns.
Ezukanma has an opportunity to make noise as a freshman with several receivers graduating and potentially an early NFL draftee in Keke Coutee. Ezukanma talked about being recruited by Kliff Kingsbury, "The offense is perfect for me. I have a great relationship with Coach K and Coach Jones. I feel like it's a great fit for me.
The 4-star recruit known as Easy-E was excited to hear Coach Kingsbury was coming back to the Red Raiders and called Coach Kingsbury a "great mentor". It seems like a big reason Easy-E chose Tech was because of that chance to be on the field early, "We discussed playing time. I feel like I can play as a true freshman."
Here are some more highlights from the highlight machine Erik Ezukanma: