Miami, FL — Evidence Njoku finished off his high shool career on December 5th by winning a New Jersey state title at Metlife Stadium in front of thousands of fans. One of the fans in attendance was Miami’s wide receivers coach Ron Dugans, who was checking in on his biggest wide receiver commit.
Alougth Evidence was held to only one catch, he proved to play a vital role his team’s win by demanding so much attention from the defense, that the rest of his teammates were freed up to make big plays. They wound up coming from behind and winning in overtime.
Evidence not only proved he’s a championship caliber player but he was particularly proud to show his future coach first hand how he and his teammates came together and fought through adversity.
His most notable strengths are that he’s productive in the red zone and his size and speed make him a downfield threat that opens up opportunities for other receivers. Evidence can stretch the field and put up a lot of points and we expect him to be a great match with Mark Richt’s high octane offense.
Hometown: Wayne, NJ
School: Wayne Hills
Position rank: 90
State rank: 13
Q: Who’s your biggest influence when it comes to football?
A: “Love for the game and high hopes to make it big”
Q: What made you choose Miami over your other offers?
A: “Beautiful weather and huge opportunity”
Q: Have you decided on what you’d like to major in at Miami in the fall?
A: “Don’t know”
Q: Who’s the best player you’ve ever played against?
A: “Amir Mitchell”