Noah Rogers commits to Ohio State, giving Buckeyes three WR commitments in three days

Bill Rabinowitz
The Columbus Dispatch

For the third straight day, Ohio State has gotten a commitment from a blue-chip wide receiver.

Noah Rogers, the No. 50 prospect in the composite rankings, announced Wednesday afternoon that he would join the Buckeyes' 2023 recruiting class.

His pledge follows those of five-star receivers Carnell Tate on Monday and Brandon Inniss on Tuesday. A fourth receiver, four-star Bryson Rodgers from Florida, committed to Ohio State in April.

Rogers' addition continues a remarkable string of recruiting success under receivers coach Brian Hartline. Since he replaced Zach Smith in 2018, Ohio State has landed commitments from 13 receivers ranked among the top 100 overall prospects in their class.

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Rogers, 6-2, 180-pounds, is from Rolesville, North Carolina and is ranked as the No. 9 receiver nationally by 247Sports. According to Maxpreps, Rogers caught 70 passes for 1,432 yards and 22 touchdowns last season.

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Rogers picked OSU over Clemson, North Carolina and North Carolina State, among others.

Ohio State's 2023 recruiting class ranks second behind Notre Dame.

Bill Rabinowitz covers Ohio State football for The Columbus Dispatch. Contact him at or on Twitter @brdispatch.

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