Noah Rogers recruitment heats up; UNC and NC State work to keep 4-star WR local

Back in late March, both NC State and North Carolina extended scholarship offers to 2023 wide receiver Noah Rogers.

Over the last few months, Rogers, who plays his prep ball for Rolesville (NC) High, has quickly shot up recruiting boards. Now a 4-star prospect, Rogers ranks as the No. 2 player in the state of North Carolina (2023) and a top-150 prospect nationally.

Plenty of other regional programs have entered the mix, too: Duke, Virginia, Virginia Tech and South Carolina have all offered Rogers, too. However, his recruitment spans far wider, now. Penn State, Oregon and Notre Dame have also made offers, among others.

With that said, NC State and UNC are working to ensure that Rogers doesn’t leave the Triangle; it’s setting up as a potentially crucial bit of local competition.

Over the weekend (June 5), NC State offered Wake Forest (N.C.) Heritage High quarterback Lex Thomas (2023), who impressed at NC State’s recent prospect camp. Thomas, however, is also close friends with Rogers. Of course, if that name sounds familiar, it’s because Thomas is the younger brother of NC State standouts Thayer Thomas and Drake Thomas.

Rogers was also in attendance at the camp; he continued to flash the skills that make him such a coveted prospect.

Cyrus Rogers, Noah’s older brother, is a 2021 prospect who had a good 2021 season and could attract interest from schools, too.


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