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Oregon Lands 2025 4-Star Wide Receiver Isaiah Mozee


Isaiah Mozee
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The Oregon Ducks continue to thrive in the recruiting world today as they earned a commitment from

Isaiah Mozee. Oregon earned a commitment from 4-star receiver Cooper Perry last week. This gives the Ducks their second high-level commitment from a wide receiver in a matter of two weeks. Dan Lanning tweeted the Duck emoji, implying they just brought in a new member of the Flock, shortly after On3 broke the news via X. Mozee is from Lee's Summit, Missouri. Mozee added: "All glory to god" when he reported the news to Hayes Fawcett. He chose the Ducks over Nebraska, Missouri, and Ole Miss.



Who is Isaiah Mozee?


Mozee is a 6-foot-1-inch and 185-pound wide receiver from Missouri. Lanning and Mozee's family has had familiarity for years because Mozee's father and Lanning coached high school football together in Kansas City. Mozee attends Lee's Summit North in Lee's Summit, Missouri. Mozee is expected to be on campus later this month for a visit. In his sophomore year in 2022, he finished with 71 catches for 898 yards and 12 touchdowns. Mozee exhibits an ability to separate downfield and yards after the catch. On tape, it is evident that Mozee is a dangerous ball carrier who creates many touchdowns from screens or underneath routes. Mozee is not only capable of outrunning defenders but breaking their tackles as well. He also has taken some snaps at running back.




 

How does Mozee Impact the Ducks?


This impact is yet again another future scheme fit, a lot like Cooper Perry. Mozee can be an impact player quickly because of his ability to make defenders miss and do damage as a ball carrier. Perry seems to be a player who can line up inside the numbers, while Mozee could line up on the outside or as a player in motion behind the line of scrimmage. Mozee could be dangerous as a downfield receiver because his tape shows the ability to take the top off a defense, but also poses an issue in the underneath game. Even if the outside receiver position is crowded when he arrives, he can be an immediate role player for screenplays, drag routes or maybe even on handoffs. Mozee is the second highest-rated player in Missouri, and the number 213 player in the country, per 247sports. This is Oregon's sixth verbal commitment for the 2025 class, three of which are wide receivers. Dallas Wilson and Cooper Perry are the other two wide receiver commits.


Isaiah Mozee
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How Quickly Can Mozee Contribute?


At this rate, Mozee could contribute quickly but only for a certain role. Mozee seems to be more of a project as of now since his tape doesn't include much route-running ability. Mozee may have to grow with his route tree, so his chance of being at the top of the depth chart for the outside boundary wide receivers might be dim for his freshman season. However, he may be the best ball-carrying wide receiver the Ducks have seen since DeAnthony Thomas. Mozee, 6-foot-1 inch, is a threat for the deep ball and excels in the screen or drag game. He can be used in packages for jet sweeps and tunnel screens as soon as his freshman year. By his junior year, he could be a starting receiver outside of the hashes.













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