Noah Rogers (twitter), one of the top receivers in the country, attends Rolesville North Carolina High School. Rogers profile has exploded in the last few months. He looks to be the can't-miss wide receiver out of North Carolina this year, already making his way into the ranking early in the process. One of the better route-runners in the country and has impressive body control that allows him to make adjustments on the fly.
Who's Recruiting Noah Rogers
Brian Hartline, Ryan Day and the Ohio State staff will be hoping to add 2023 four-star WR Noah Rogers, who is being heavily recruited by NC State and Clemson. The four-star receiver from Rolesville NC could announce a commitment date soon. Rogers is being recruited by Todd Goebbel, the NC State Wolfpack's tight ends and fullbacks coach. And Tyler Grisham is recruiting him for Clemson.
Offers and Favorites
He has 29 offers including Alabama, Ohio State, Auburn, Florida and Clemson. Rogers top two schools are Ohio State and NC State.
Rogers will officially visit Ohio State on June 17th. On March 25th, Rogers unofficially visited NC State.
Noah Rogers, a 4 star 2023 wide receiver now attending Rolesville High School and the #1 ranked wide receiver in North Carolina, stands 6'3" and weighs 185 pounds. He's the 11th best wide receiver in the country. Best overall prospect in North Carolina. And the 60th best national recruit overall.
Crystal Ball Predictions
Adam Friedman, Richard Schnyderite, Zach Carpenter, Kyle Kelly, Michael Clark, Steve Wiltfong, Chris Nee, Brian Dohn, Justin Thind, JC Shurburtt and Bill Kurelic are all predicting the Buckeyes.
High School Stats
Wide Receiver Noah Rogers is a playmaker that opens up the field for the offense. He had 70 receptions in 2021 with 22 touchdowns and 1430+ yards. He also had 26 receptions, 591 yards, and 9 touchdowns in 2020.
2023 wide receiver Noah Rogers has the ability to get open and has the shiftiness to put up big numbers on offense. Rogers is a big receiver able to make explosive plays every time he touches the ball. He is a legit 4.5 speed. He has good hands and can make receptions in traffic without an issue. He also runs track and field.
Noah Rogers: Ohio State receiver target on Buckeyes, Brian Hartline, recruiting timeline for summer
Three days and three top level wide receivers for the 2023 Ohio State class and Brian Hartline. Rogers announced on his twitter account Wednesday afternoon (6-22-2022) that he would be a Buckeye. He joins Carnell Tate, Brandon Inniss and Bryson Rodgers as the receivers in the current class for Ryan Day.