Indiana WR Rogers planning visits

Fort Wayne (Ind.) Bishop Luers wide receiver Mike Rogers picked up his first two scholarship offers last month from Iowa and Bowling Green. Now, the 6-1, 190-pound prospect is looking to get out and visit schools in the month of April.
"I've been talking to Coach [Kevin] Johns from IU," Rogers said. "He is really trying to get me down there to see their spring game and their campus."
Rogers said he is planning to attend the Hoosier's spring game on April 14, and likes what he has seen of the program thus far.
"It's my [home-state school] and I have a real good, comfortable feeling there," Rogers said. I like their coaches and know some past Bishop Luers who play there."
Last month, Iowa became the first school to offer. He has been talking with Hawkeye's assistant coach Eric Johnson about setting up a trip to Iowa City.
"I am supposed to be going there by the end of this month," Rogers said. "He is ready to see me and I'm ready to see him and meet him in-person. I'm just ready to check out the facilities and see if I have a real good, comfortable feeling there.
"One of the persons who trains me at AWP, he attended Iowa. He has been talking to me about it, and I have a strong feeling about Iowa."
Rogers is also planning to visit Ball State this upcoming weekend. Indiana, Iowa and Bowling Green are the three schools he hears most from, but in recent weeks he has received requests from the likes of Ohio State, Michigan, Purdue and Wisconsin to attend summer camps.