Rogers anticipates Tennessee camp

Massillon (Ohio) Washington class of 2015 defensive back Reggie Rogers is already on the board with his first offer. He is hoping to land another when he camps at Tennessee later this month.
"Right now, the biggest school I want to go to is Tennessee," Rogers said. "I am going to end up going to [Tennessee's camp] at the end of the month and will show them I can play both sides of the ball and have a lot of hustle and determination."
Rogers picked up his first offer this past spring from Toledo. Cincinnati is another school that has recruited Rogers heavily in recent months.

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"Cincinnati is a big school that is showing me a lot of interest," Rogers said. "Coach Clink [Steve Clinkscale], the defensive back coach, is showing me a lot of love. He's sending me a lot of letters and has come to the school."
Rogers recently transferred from Akron Firestone to legendary Northeast Ohio power Massillon Washington, and is looking forward to his first season with the Tigers.
"I am excited about the competition, basically," Rogers said. "This is a huge upgrade for exposure too. Since I have been at Massillon it has been a big family."
The 6-foot-1, 170-pound Rogers played safety for Firestone last season, but will bump down to cornerback for Massillon this fall and also expects to see some time on offense at wide receiver.