Like his original commitment to Texas A&M, Rogers surprisingly dropped out of the Aggies in early August as communication with other shows became more rampant, most notably LSU.
However, the Aggies quickly re-established contact with Rogers and maintained the strong relationship they built during his recruitment, which allowed them to bring him back to campus. before visiting any other place.
Although it was a dead recruiting period, Rogers made two trips to College Station in August to meet friends and rediscover the option of returning to the Texas A&M class. He followed that up with an informal visit back to College Station over the weekend before reopening campus recruiting to see Texas A&M take on Sam Houston State.
Repeated visits along with regular communication from staff since he was out of business allow Aggies to return to his commitment.
Rogers rejoined Texas A&M with the 10th commitment in the 2023 cycle and the third highest-ranked pledge. He also joined Jayvon Thomas as a four-star winger in the Aggies class.
While Rogers shows potential on the offensive side of the ball, his highest ceiling is seen in defense with his range and closing speed. On a 7v7 circuit playing for Team Juice, he has adeptly demonstrated his ability to cover national tournaments.
In a sublime 2021 season that saw him put huge numbers on both sides of the ball, Rogers dashed 1,005 yards and 15 touchdowns while making nine hits in 336 yards and six touchdowns. On the defensive side, Rogers had 27 tackles, including one save, six missed passes and two interceptions.
Schools like Alabama, LSU and TCU have all been in the mix for official visits from Rogers, and those are still likely even after he commits today. However, the Aggies are now firmly in control to keep this commitment.
According to Rivals, 6 feet 0 and 180 pounds, Rogers is the 37th ranked player in the nation in 2023. He is the 6th highest scorer in the country and the 11th player from Texas.