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Wide Receiver
6-3 / 193 / Freshman
Oxnard, CA
Oaks Christian
@francis_owusu8

 

Attends Oaks Christian School in Westlake Village, Calif....played for head coach Jeff Woodruff...rated as a consensus four-star recruit...ranked the 101st overall player in the nation by PrepStar and 178th by Rivals.com...listed as the 13th best wide receiver in the nation by PrepStar and 20th by Rivals.com...named to the Western 100 by the Tacoma News Tribune...slotted as the 21st overall prospect in California by Rivals.com, 24th by ESPN.com, 32nd by 247Sports.com and 33rd by Scout.com...named a Prep-Star All-American and Dream Team selection...selected to the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl...played in the Daily News East-West All-Star Game and garnered West MVP honors...earned Third-Team All-State honors by CalHiSports and First-Team All-Ventura County by the Ventura County Star...set school records for receiving yards in a regular season (850) and receiving touchdowns in a game (three)...made 50 receptions for 935 yards and 11 touchdowns, along with seven rushes for 206 yards and two touchdowns as a senior...also lettered in basketball and track...ran on the 4x100 meter CIF Southern Section Champion relay team as a junior...parents are Francis and Luaiva Owusu...father Francis made the Ghanaian Olympic team in the 400 meters...has two older brothers, Chris and Brian, one older sister, Crystal, and one younger brother, Michael...Chris played wide receiver at Stanford (2008-11) and currently for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers...Brian plays football at Harvard University...Crystal plays basketball at Columbia University...born in Oxnard, Calif....full name is Francis Taaloga Owusu.

Why I chose Stanford:
“Stanford has it all: academics, athletics and a friendly environment.”

The game I watched which made me first believe that I wanted to go to Stanford:
“My brother’s first game his sophomore year he scored a kickoff return against Washington State, and I remember thinking, ‘I want to be just like that.’ Seeing the love and passion all of the players have is something I want to have a chance to be a part of.”

 

 


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