Among his current suitors are Louisville, Georgia Tech, North Carolina, Kentucky and Vanderbilt. "I'm pretty wide open right now," explained Rosser on Sunday evening.
In addition to his responsibilities as a receiver and cornerback, Rosser also handles most kick returns, as well as lining up at running back on occassion.
"Some schools want me to play cornerback and some want me to play receiver," said Rosser. "I guess it depends on where their depth is. I actually like being a receiver a little more right now, but I like being on defense too."
He also displays his athletic ability by running track and high jumping for the Hiram track team, as well as being the starting shooting guard for the school's basketball team.
Growing just west of Atlanta, Rosser, who wants to study engineering in college, grew up a fan of the Georgia Tech Yellowjackets.
"I really want to go to Georgia Tech," Rosser explained. "They have a great engineering program and that's what I want to do."
While an offer from Georgia Tech may give them the obvious upperhand, Rosser, who is fully qualified, told ITV that he will take the scheduled official visits and will keep his options open for the best opportunity.
ITV will also have an update on Hiram teammate Antonio Sims, who we expect to also make an official visit to Louisville.