2009: ALL-GREAT WEST CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM for second consecutive year... Started all 11 games, grabbing 29 receptions for 326 yards and 2 touchdowns... Only Aggie besides Chris Carter to register a 100-yard receiving game, finishing 4-for-103 at South Dakota... Grabbed season-best 6 catches vs. Montana... Scored his TDs vs. Winston-Salem State and Southern Utah... Won team's Offensive Player of the Week award after WSSU game, pulling in 25-yard TD from Greg Denham late in 2nd quarter.
2008: ALL-GREAT WEST CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM... Started all 12 games at tight end... Actually had more carries as a fullback (16) then receptions at TE (13)... Rushed for 62 yards and 3 TDs, including a pair of 1-yard scores vs. North Dakota... Collected 178 yards on 13 catches... Caught 2 passes in each of final three games, amassing season-best 62 yards in finale at San Diego.
2007: Appeared in all 11 games as team's No. 2 tight end... Caught 5 passes for 47 yards... Longest reception was 21-yarder vs. Southern Utah... Had 2-for-21 game vs. Sacramento State.
2006: Redshirted... Named as Scout Offense Player of the Week after Central Arkansas game.
REDWOOD HS '06: Set school career records for rushing yards (2,551), touchdowns (46), points (278) and consecutive 1,000-yard seasons (2)... Earned second-team All-West Yosemite League and All-Tulare County honors as a senior, rushing for 1,126 yards and 20 touchdowns... Also named as team MVP and selected among top 50 seniors in Central Section by KGPE Channel 47... Named to All-WYL and All-Tulare County first teams as a junior, compiling 1,358 rushing yards with 23 touchdowns... Voted as teams Offensive Player of the Year and named among top 50 juniors in Central Section by KGPE... Played tight end as a sophomore, amassing 234 yards with three scores... Was team's Offensive Rookie of the Year... Also lettered in basketball, twice leading team in rebounding and earning second-team All-WYL and All-Tulare County distinction.
PERSONAL: Born in Salinas, Calif.... Majoring in economics... Parents are Frank & Kathryn Rogers... Proudest personal accomplishment was graduating high school with a 4.0 GPA.