One of the top receivers in the nation has a top five, and it comes as a little surprise which schools made the list.

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Noah Rogers of Rolesville (NC) High listed a top five of Clemson, Florida State, Ohio State, North Carolina and NC State.

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Five days ago 10 receiver and no. 59 player in the industry-generated 247Sports Composite said those were the schools he was high on during an interview with 247Sports.

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At the time he shared his thoughts with director of recruiting Steve Wiltfong on the five.

Clemson: “Family, you know how big they are on family and on the field it’s a National Championship team and it’s the best in the country.”

Ohio State: “Zone 6 program, they throw that ball. All their players are developed and it’s also the best of the best.”

NC State: “Hometown, down the road from me and playing with not just teammates and family, and it’s Raleigh.”

North Carolina: “I’ll be able to play with my brother (Cyrus Rogers) and that’s also a hometown team. They throw that rock and you see what they’ve done with receivers in the past.”

Florida State: “I love Coach Dugans. I think he’s a great coach. Florida State they’re about to get started. I see where they’re going and I like how they use their organization.”

Scouting report from Rogers’ 247Sports profile: Verified size with verified sub 4.5 speed and plus length. Also competes in track. Productive big-play receiver averaged 20.5 yards and had 22 touchdowns on 70 catches. Smooth route runner. Gets off line and into routes well. Gets out of breaks and accelerates to gain separation. Adjusts well to off-target throws and shows excellent ball skills. His sure-handed and willing to make plays in traffic. Exhibits body control and makes acrobatic catches look easy. Knows how to use size to shield defensive back. High-points ball well and excels on 50-50 balls. Shows ability to pierce defense and make big play after catch. Demonstrates some elusiveness after the catch but is at best when securing catch and getting up field. Consistently gets behind defense despite facing very little press coverage. Knows how to sit in holes against zone. will blocker. Has strength throughout frame but will need to continue to develop strength. Fine-tuning route running and being a bit sharper into breaks will help. High level receiver at Top 10 college program. Early round NFL draft potential.