Bryson Rodgers (twitter) from Zephyrhills Florida Wiregrass Ranch High School Class of 2023 is now committed to play football for Ohio State starting next year. The 3 Star recruit, the 46th best receiver in the country, 73th best overall in Florida, had 42 offers total with offers from Ohio State, LSU, Texas, Alabama, and Florida.
Crystal Ball and Recruitment
A Crystal Ball prediction was for the University of Florida. Rodgers was recruited by Brian Hartline for Ohio State, Holmon Wiggins for Alabama, and Adam Fuller and Ron Dugans for Florida State. He caught 42 passes in 2021 from Rocco Becht for 14 touchdowns and 645 yards.
Bryson Rodgers Visits
Rodgers will visit Ohio State on September 3rd, 2022, he unofficially visited the Buckeyes on April 16th. Was on hand for the Ohio State Spring Game. He also unofficially visited Florida State (April 9th), Miami University (March 31st) and Florida (March 15th).
Rodgers grew up in Warren Ohio and routed for the Ohio State University as a kid. He also plays 7-on-7 for Team Tampa with Ohio State commit CB Dijon Johnson. Florida wide receiver Bryson Rodgers is a playmaker that attacks the ball out of the air and has the athletic ability to add yards after catch. He is a smooth route runner and is always moving his feet. Rodgers has good height, speed and hands to be productive at the next level.
Ohio State 2023 Class
Ohio State is building an impressive class for the upcoming 2023 season and adding another piece to the puzzle from the Sunshine State. Ohio State now has 4 players from Florida in the 2023 class including Rodgers, Johnson, Mark Fletcher, and Cedrick Hawkins.
The team plans to add more wide receivers to the class including Carnell Tate, Noah Rogers and possibly Brandon Inniss. Brian Hartline has been able to sell his development skills after having Chris Olave and Garrett Wilson both drafted in the first round of the 2022 NFL Draft. The fact that these two players are playing at such a high level for so many years shows that there is something Hartline does to help these players succeed.
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