Tyseer Denmark

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WR / 5-10 / 185
Imhotep Institute
Philadelphia, PA
Imhotep Institute
Roman Catholic





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Committed - 6/21/23
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Personal Life

Philadelphia Roman Catholic coach Richard Prete told The Philadelphia Inquirer he knew in the eighth grade that Tyseer Denmark was going to be one of the best players he’s ever coached. He was right. By the time Denmark was done with his sophomore season at Roman Catholic, he had already racked up double-digit scholarship offers. As a junior, Denmark racked up 665 yards receiving, seven touchdown grabs and averaged 119 yards of total offense a game for Roman Catholic. He was a central figure in helping Roman Catholic to a city-title game appearance in 2022. “Definitely for us, he’s generational,” Prete told the Inquirer. “We had Marvin Harrison here, we had Will Fuller here, and we currently have Tyseer Denmark here. I don’t think they come along too often, and I think the guys at the college level, a lot of them have a great eye, and they’re able to see what he brings to the table. It got to a point that you realize no matter who we’re playing, we had the best player on the field, which is something that’s a great advantage. I think that a player, any time a team is game planning for him and he’s still able to be effective, I think that shows a great trait of being a step above everyone else.” Away from football, Demark enjoys playing video games, especially Madden. His favorite musician is Lil Baby, and his favorite food is fried chicken. He plans on majoring in business in college. His parents are Lateasha Johnson and Stephon Mosley.


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