Denver East senior Wesley Ogsbury committed to Harvard's football program on Wednesday evening.
He announced his commitment on Twitter.
Ogsbury, who plays wide receiver and defensive back, had six interceptions, four passes defended, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery on defense.
He also made 56 tackles, including a team-high 36 solo stops. His six picks are tied for the most in Class 5A.
On offense, Ogsbury made 33 catches for 679 yards and six touchdowns this season. He also had 21 carries for 240 yards rushing.
The 5-foot-11, 170-pound Ogsbury also runs track for the Angels as a sprinter and member of the school's relay teams. His Hudl profile lists his 40-yard dash at 4.5 seconds.
He becomes the 18th known in-state player to make a Division I commitment for football. Ogsbury is Denver East's first Division I player since Ezekiel Bishop signed with Arizona State in 2011.
This season, Ogsbury helped Denver East to a 7-3 record, the most wins the program has had since the 2008 season. The Angels lost to Overland in the first round of the Class 5A playoffs.
Ogsbury also had an offer from South Dakota State, according to Scout.com.
His senior year highlights are below.