Mitch Rossi


Player profile

  • Height 6-0
  • Weight 245
  • Hometown Franklin, Tenn.
  • Last School Franklin
  • Year Senior

Ohio State Overview
• Mitch Rossi is in his fourth season with the Ohio State football program after initially being an invited walk-on to the team in the summer of 2017
• Played in all 14 games for the Big Ten Champions in 2019 as a key member of Ohio State’s special teams unit
• Caught one pass for eight yards against Maryland
• He is a true senior and an OSU Scholar-Athlete majoring in finance.

Honors & Awards
2019: OSU Scholar-Athlete and Academic All-Big Ten
2018: OSU Scholar-Athlete
2017: OSU Scholar-Athlete

More on Mitch
• Rossi played four years of both football and rugby at Franklin High School in Franklin, Tenn., while also competing in basketball for two years
• A two-way standout who played both middle linebacker and running back for the Rebels and head coach Donnie Webb
• Named Region 3-6A offensive most valuable player and all-state as a senior in 2016 when he helped Franklin advance to the state quarterfinals for its deepest post-season run in five years
• Accounted for over 1,200 yards on the ground with 19 touchdowns
• Carried the ball 31 times for 171 yards in a 31-10 playoff win over Memphis White Station
• Made 77 tackles, including 10 for loss, to go along with two sacks, an interception and forced fumble as a junior
• State champion and championship game MVP in rugby
• Is the son of Tom and Deb Rossi
• Has two older siblings