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Roscoe Hayes is a special talent at WR | Class 2027

Roscoe Hayes is a special talent at WR | Class 2027

So far, the class of 2027 in Georgia appears to be incredibly deep and talented early on. There are plenty of current 8thgraders already making noise around the state, and one of them is wide receiver, Roscoe Hayes.

A natural receiver with quickness and unbelievable ball skills, the Arlington Christian playmaker is a go-to receiver for the talented Atlanta United team. At 5-foot-11 130-pounds, Hayes has a long, lean frame that is so tough to handle for opposing defensive backs his age, making him a true No. 1 receiving threat. A tremendous athlete from an athletic family, Hayes is a multi-sport star who shines on the basketball court and baseball diamond as well.

On the gridiron, Hayes is the guy every defense has to watch for. Playing with an outstanding quarterback in Hayes Maginnis, Roscoe has a chance to score every time he touches the ball. He is a true vertical threat, but he can also beat defenses with different routes. He’s only worked with a few WR specialists, which makes his ability to run different routes like the curl, deep comeback, slant and fade even more impressive.

A true game-changer on offense, Hayes always finds a way to make the big catches in big moments of big games. He high-points the football well and has no problem coming down with a tremendous catch in traffic. He has plenty of size for his age, but the ball skills and ability to run different routes to get open makes him someone to keep an eye on for the next few years. He’ll likely play at Westlake High School where he’ll be able to play multiple sports at the next level.

He plays at the highest level in every sport he competes at, and he’s dominated at every level when it comes to football. The Fairburn native won the B2C championship at 10, 11, and 12 years old, winning the B2C WR of the year twice. There’s a lot to like about his game so far and he’s only going to get better as he grows and puts on more muscle. If he continues to develop this fall, as we expect he should, he’s someone who might see playing time as a freshman this time next year at Westlake.

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