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Ohio State Freshman Wide Receiver Noah Rogers Enters Transfer Portal

By December 31, 2023 (8:22 pm)Football

According to several reports on Sunday, Ohio State freshman wide receiver Noah Rogers has entered his name into the transfer portal after just one season with the Buckeyes.

Rogers preserved his redshirt in his lone season with the Buckeyes, appearing in just four games, and will have four seasons of eligibility remaining.

He was a former four-star recruit out of North Carolina, and was one of several high-profile signees at wideout in the class along with Carnell Tate and Brandon Inniss, who worked their way into Ohio State’s rotation as their freshman season progressed.

Rogers is the second wide receiver to enter the portal on Sunday, as fellow freshman wideout Bryson Rodgers also announced his intent to transfer to another school. Ohio State is expected to lose Marvin Harrison Jr., could lose Emeka Egbuka to the draft and has already seen Julian Fleming enter the portal, though the Buckeyes will return Tate and Inniss in addition to several third-year players and incoming freshmen Jeremiah Smith and Mylan Graham.

Rogers and Rodgers are joined in the portal by punter Jesse Mirco and defensive tackle Jaden McKenzie who have also announced their intent to transfer following the Cotton Bowl, while cornerback Jyaire Brown, Fleming, kicker Parker Lewis and tight end Joe Royer also have yet to announce their new schools after entering the portal.

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