Four-star Tyseer Denmark breaks down his top 12, talks Rutgers football, Arch Manning, Ohio State, USC and more!

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Class of 2024 wide receiver Tyseer Denmark rolled out his top 12 programs on Friday afternoon, with a number of marquee programs in the mix.

Denmark is a four-star wide receiver at Roman Catholic (Philadelphia, PA). He is the No. 78 player in the nation in the 247Sports Composite.  He is the fourth-best player in Pennsylvania according to 247Sports.

He said that he felt the time was right to roll out the top 12.

“I feel like the schools that have been building with me are the schools I want to focus on. I feel comfortable with where I’m at,” Denmark told RutgersWire on Friday.

“It’s never been about how many offers I can get or playing games; it’s always been about building relationships and finding the right fit. No real reason as to why now other than that.”

The talented wide receiver is also a relentless worker (check out his Easter morning workout!) and a very strong student in the classroom.

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Denmark announced his top 12 via his social media:

 

Check out what Tyseer Denmark had to say about his top 12 as he breaks down several of his top programs with RutgersWire.

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Tyseer Denmark on including USC football in his top 12

“I love USC. You can tell they are loading up and want to get back to what they have been. Them going to the big ten just makes them more appealing but I always liked them.”

Tyseer Denmark on his relationship with Ohio State football

“Yea for sure, that’s definitely a great relationship. They are high up on the list based on my experience with them on top of what they are doing from a development standpoint.”

Tyseer Denmark on potentially visiting Ohio State football this fall

“It would be great to get out there for a game. We went out there for a visit for spring game and we went there for 7on7. I’m comfortable with the campus but would be great to get to a game this year.”

Tyseer Denmark on Alabama football and what he likes about the Crimson Tide

“Alabama is definitely making a big impact on me. Just with their culture, what they do at the wide receiver position.”

Tyseer Denmark on Texas football

“Look at the talent they are bringing in. You know the quarterback position is in good hands and from a wide receiver position, coach Marion (Brennan Marion, wide receivers coach) is one of the best.”

Tyseer Denmark on potentially playing with Arch Manning at Texas

“I mean that would be amazing. Obviously, he’s a great player from a family of great players. I think that connection would be a problem!”

Tyseer Denmark on Penn State football

“Penn State is always great vibes. Another really good wide receivers coach. Coach Franklin (head coach James Franklin) is genuine. I just always feel at home there or like they care. The ability to represent my home state is something that I would like to do. I like what they’re doing with the offense”.

Tyseer Denmark on including the Texas A&M football program in his top 12

“Texas A&M – I like that the facilities are crazy and I think they are upgrading them again. They just had a nice class, especially on the d-line. Coach Fisher (head coach Jimbo Fisher is gonna bring talent in, no doubt. He’s a proven coach and I think they have a chance to be a national title team in the near future.”

Tyseer Denmark on Tennessee

“Love their offense.and what they are building there. I think the offense fits my strengths, and they have a really good quarterback coming in.”

Tyseer Denmark on including Rutgers football in his top 12

“Just have a great relationship with coach Shaw (wide receivers coach Damiere Shaw). Been up there a ton for camps and visits. Super close to home. I like what they are building.”

Tyseer Denmark on his relationship with Rutgers football wide receivers coach Damiere Shaw

“He’s just a genuine person that wants the best for me regardless of where I choose. He has local ties, and it’s just a great relationship.”

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Story originally appeared on Rutgers Wire