Detroit Cass Tech has produced a ton of defensive back prospects over the last five years, and may have their deepest class at the position in 2013 with two prospects already committed to Big Ten programs and a third sporting three offers.
DeJuan Rogers is a 6-foot, 175-pound cornerback. His offers have come in from Central Michigan, Toledo and Western Michigan.
"I visited Toledo and Central Michigan," Rogers said. "I liked the facilities at Central Michigan and Toledo is getting a new weight room, so that will be nice to see how it looks once everything is done."
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College coaches have been streaming through Cass Tech over the last two weeks, and Rogers noted Toledo, Northern Illinois and Cincinnati have specifically inquired about him. Alabama was also through the school on Wednesday giving him a look.
"I talked to them and they were saying they wanted me to come down there and take a visit," Rogers said of Alabama. "He showed me the championship ring they won, and that was nice."
Most coaches have told Rogers they would like to see him in camp this summer, and he is planning to camp with Iowa, Cincinnati and Pitt.
Rogers has already made visits out to Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois and Michigan State. Rogers' defensive back mate, safety Delano Hill, committed to Iowa earlier this month.
"I liked Iowa trip a lot. That was the best one to me," Rogers said. "They send me a few letters and when I went down on my visit they seemed really impressed with me. Coach Campbell said they were going to come get me, so just be patient.
"I'm trying to plan a trip to Cincinnati and Pitt. I talked to [Pitt] Coach Matt House and he said they were pretty close to offering me."