Rogers joins five-star prospects Carnell Tate and Brandon Inniss as headliners in a wildly productive run for receivers coach Brian Hartline.
Ohio State’s productive week recruiting wide receivers continued Wednesday with the addition of four-star prospect Noah Rogers. He’s the third receiver to commit to the Buckeyes this week, joining five-star prospects Carnell Tate and Brandon Inniss.
Rogers, who plays for Rolesville High School outside of Raleigh, N.C., is the No. 50 overall prospect and the No. 9 receiver in the 247Sports Composite. He chose the Buckeyes from a final five that also included NC State, North Carolina, Clemson and Florida State.
With Rogers in the fold, OSU has commitments from three top-100 receivers in this class, and a fourth receiver, Bryson Rodgers, looks like a candidate to rise up the rankings from his current spot of No. 270.
Assuming Inniss, Tate and Rogers all sign, Ohio State will have landed 14 top-100 receivers since 2019.
The Buckeyes’ 2023 class now has 13 commitments and ranks No. 2 in the country.Noah Rogers commits to Ohio State, Buckeyes' third top-100 WR pledge this week - The Athletic View Story