Though wide receiver Darreus Rogers (6-2, 194, 4.5) from Carson, Calif., has already thrown his hat into the ring and committed to USC that doesn't mean his recruitment is over. The talented wide receiver landed a huge offer today.
"Miami's head coach Al Golden and their tight end coach/recruiting coordinator, Brennan Carroll came by and visited the school today," Carson head coach Elijah Asante said. "They were taking a look at our quarterback, Justin Alo, and D.J. (Rogers) and they offered D.J. Rogers.
"They (Golden and Carroll) said they weren't intimidated by his commitment to USC and that they only recruit guys from out of state who are potential first-round draft choices," Asante said. "D.J. is excited about Miami thinking that much about him, but he is still with USC. He's not going to de-commit, but he's intrigued."
Obviously Rogers is a big time talent for a school with the reputation of Miami coming out and giving him a Hurricane scholie opportunity
Rogers was one of the reasons that Carson was able to get back to the Los Angeles City Section Championship game after coming down with 45 receptions for 1,347 yards and scored eight touchdowns while averaging 29.9 yards per catch.
In an earlier interview with Asante, he gives insight on why there is so much interest in his talented wide receiver.
"D.J. can play with the best of them too," Asante said. "He is in the mold of Andre Johnson the wide receiver for the (Houston) Texas. He has phenomenal hands and runs excellent routes. He's a clutch performer who doesn't wilt under pressure."