Four-star wide receiver Marcus Rosemy released his Top 10 on Friday and the St. Thomas Aquinas prospect included Ohio State and nine other national powers.
He tweeted out the news.
Extremely Thankful To Be Where I Am Right Now 🙏🏾 Here’s My Top 10 Schools . pic.twitter.com/JbzpBzWGmO
— Marcus Rosemy 🌐 (@rosemy_marcus) May 3, 2019
Joining the Buckeyes were Michigan, Georgia, Florida, Penn State, Florida State, Miami, Ole Miss, Auburn, and LSU.
Rosemy (6-2 187) is the No. 6 wide receiver in the nation per the 247Sports Composite and the No. 36 player overall.
ESPN ranks Rosemy the No. 5 receiver and the No. 47 player in the 2020 class.
Rosemy attends St. Thomas Aquinas in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, which is the same school attended by past and current Buckeyes like defensive ends Joey and Nick Bosa, and cornerback Damon Arnette.
Rosemy has been timed at 4.59 seconds in the 40-yard dash.
The 247Sports Crystal Ball has six predictions so far and all six have been cast for Ohio State.
Here is the 247Sports scouting report on Rosemy.
Has average to above-average height and length. Relatively filled out with good weight and possesses big hands. Tests as a good athlete with short-area quickness and explosion. Plays for one of the nation’s top high school programs, and sees top competition on a weekly basis. Has a refined skill set at receiver. Is an adept route-runner with the ability to create some shake at the top of his routes. Owns high-level ball skills winning in contested situations with consistency. Attacks the ball at the highest point and comes down with the ball in traffic in both game and camp settings. Lacks an elite top gear as a downfield threat and doesn’t pick up a ton of yards after the catch, but is among the cycles best receivers from a possession perspective. Projects as a multi-year impact target at the Power 5 level with the ability to develop into an early round draft pick.
Ohio State currently has two receivers already committed in the 2020 recruiting class in Gee Scott and Jaxon Smith-Njigba.
Scott (6-3 211) is the No. 14 receiver in the nation and Smith-Njigba (6-1 188) is the No. 30 overall receiver.
On Thursday, Muhsin Muhammad included Ohio State in his top eight schools. Muhammad is the No. 25 receiver in the nation.
The Buckeyes are also heavily involved with 5-star receiver Justin Fleming out of Catawissa, Pennsylvania. On Friday, 247Sports’ Director of Recruiting Steve Wiltfong cast his Crystal Ball projection for Ohio State.
There are 14 predictions so far.
You can check out highlights of Marcus Rosemy below.