Country’s No. 9 WR Noah Rogers commits to Ohio State

The Buckeyes are on the board again. They have landed another 2023 commitment and it is an absolutely huge boom as it comes from one of the not only top wide receivers in the country, but someone the Buckeyes have wanted badly to add to their 2023 recruiting class.

Wide receiver Noah Rogers from Rolesville (NC) has announced he has committed to the Buckeyes. Rogers announced his decision on his Twitter account.

Rogers is a 4-star prospect in the 247Sports Composite. He is the country’s No. 50 overall prospect, the No. 9 wide receiver and the No. 1 prospect in North Carolina.

Rogers was in Columbus the weekend of April 16 for the Buckeyes spring game. Afterwards Rogers told Bucknuts how impressed he was and since then Rogers has trended 100% to Ohio State in the Crystal Ball with seven predictions.

“It was a really great atmosphere for a game,” Rogers said about the Buckeyes ’spring game. “Overall it was a really good visit. I really enjoyed my visit. ”

Rogers started his official visits with a trip to Clemson June 3.

But North Carolina State and North Carolina did not give up the fight. According to a source Rogers stopped at North Carolina State on Monday after his Clemson official visit and Bucknuts is told Rogers has scheduled an official visit to North Carolina State for June 22-24. North Carolina has been hanging on the periphery as well.

But now Rogers is a Buckeye. He becomes the third elite wide receiver to commit to Ohio State in three days joining Carnell Tate and Brandon Innis.

Rogers has good size and speed, is very athletic, and is a home run threat.

The Buckeyes signed four outstanding class of 2022 receivers and now have a spectacular addition to their 2023 wide receiver recruiting.

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The Buckeyes have a great 2023 recruiting class going with commitments from 4-star running back Mark Fletcher from Florida, 5-star wide receivers Brandon Inniss and Carnell Tate4-star wide receiver Bryson Rodgers from Florida, 4-star offensive lineman Luke Montgomery from Findlay, Ohio, 4-star offensive lineman Joshua Padilla from Huber Heights (Ohio) Wayne, 4-star offensive linemen Austin Siereveld from West Chester (Ohio) Lakota East, 4-star tight end Ty Lockwood from Thompson’s Station (Tenn.) Independence, 3-star defensive tackle Will Smith from Dublin (Ohio) Coffman, 4-star safety Malik Hartford from Ohio, 4-star safety Dijon Johnson from Florida, 4-star safety Cedrick Hawkins from Titusville (Fla.) Cocoa and now Rogers. The Ohio State 2023 recruiting class is currently ranked as the country’s No. 2 recruiting class in the 247Sports Composite team recruiting rankings.

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