Ohio State football recruiting class of 2023 high school performance tracker

As we eagerly await the kickoff of the contest between the Ohio State Buckeyes and the Rutgers Scarlet Knights,

we can pass the time by monitoring some of the top high school prospects that have committed to the Buckeyes in the class of 2023.

As it stands, Ohio State currently has the fourth-ranked class in the nation according to the 247Sports Composite Rankings,

but the hope is they will rise up these rankings.

This class appears to be offense-heavy with a few stud receivers and some intriguing offensive linemen,

but the Buckeyes need to add some more defensive help.

I wanted to provide a brief recap of some of the top recruits in the Ohio State class and how they have performed so far during their high school season.

Brandon Inniss, WR, American Heritage (FL) Brandon Inniss and American Heritage are 4-1 and coming off a loss against Chimande-Madonna, 42-34. Inniss is currently averaging 79.8 receiving yards per game and has seven touchdowns on the season. Cardinal Gibbons is next on tap Saturday.

Noah Rogers, WR, Rolesville (NC) Noah Rogers and Rolesville are 3-2 and are coming off a 55-10 win over Broughton and will be facing off against Wakefield next. Rogers averages 71 receiving yards per game and has four touchdowns on the season.

Luke Montgomery, OT, Findlay (OH) Luke Montgomery and Findlay are currently 2-4 and coming off a win against Ross, 50-48 and will be facing off against St. Francis De Sales next.

Jason Moore, DL, DeMatha Catholic (MD) Jason Moore and DeMatha Catholic are currently 4-1 and just defeated Life Christian Academy, 28-0 and will be playing Gonzaga next.

Carnell Tate, WR, IMG Academy (FL) Carnell Tate and IMG Academy are currently 3-1 and coming off a 41-26 win over Central and will be facing off against St. Thomas More next. Tate averages 100.3 receiving yards per game. Tate has three touchdowns on the season.


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