Kofi Eduful’s senior season stats speak volumes about his talent.
Eduful caught 65 passes for 965 yards and 12 touchdowns for Forney (Texas) High.
Army, Navy and Air Force were the first three FBS schools to offer Eduful last spring. Eduful did not receive an additional FBS offer causing some to say that he was “overlooked.”
Eduful has a different take on his recruiting following his commitment to Army two weeks ago and the signing of his certificate of commitment Wednesday.
“I’m just blessed to have this opportunity to be able to play the game that I love at the next level with an amazing coaching staff and future teammates,” Eduful said.
“When I went up on my official visit two weeks ago and I got to hang up with the players, it felt like I was home.”
Eduful is one of the more than handful Texas seniors that have joined Army’s 2024 recruiting class on the heels of signing day. By Black Knight Nation’s count, Army’s class is made up of 20 players from the Lone Star State, the most from any state.
Army is getting a top athlete in Eduful and perhaps one of the gems of the 2024 class. Eduful is a four-year varsity soccer player. He was the district offensive MVP his junior season.
“I think that Army’s 2024 class is going to shock some people in the near future,” Eduful said.
Eduful, who plans on majoring in engineering at West Point, thanked every football coach that he’s had in his signing social media post. He thanked his family and every college coach that offered him.
Army is giving Eduful the chance show that he belong at the highest level of college football.
“I do feel like this is my chance to prove people wrong and showcase my talents.” Eduful said. “Army likes to take deep shots down the field and I am a deep threat type of wide receiver. I think that will help display my skill set.”