Four-star WR Isaiah Mozee commits to Dan Lanning and the Ducks

Oregon head coach Dan Lanning runs during practice with the Ducks.
Oregon head coach Dan Lanning runs during practice with the Ducks. / Ben Lonergan/The Register-Guard / USA

With offers from all across the SEC, four-star wideout Isaiah Mozee decided to take his talents to the Pacific Northwest.

A highly recruited receiver from Missouri, Mozee received offers from top-tier programs like Alabama, Georgia, and Michigan.

With all of the national attention, he could have decided to play college football anywhere in the nation. However, on Wednesday, Mozee committed to Dan Lanning and the Oregon Ducks.

“Oregon feels like home,” Mozee said. “I have a great relationship with Dan.”

Further proof of Lanning’s incredible recruiting skills and recruiting staff, Mozee is yet another incredible addition to the upcoming class of 2025.

In the past two years of high school football, Mozee has amassed 99 receptions, 1305 receiving yards, and 17 touchdowns through the air. He also has two rushing touchdowns to add to his resume.

At 6-foot-1 and 185 pounds, Mozee is currently ranked as the No. 22 wide receiver in his recruiting class and as the No. 213 player overall in the nation, according to 247Sports.

Currently, the Ducks have 18 wide receivers on their roster along with 3 commitments at the position, including Mozee’s decision.

As Oregon heads to the Big Ten and continues to churn out incredible quarterbacks like Dillon Gabriel and Dante Moore, the Ducks WR room is looking notably promising.

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