"Unfortunately we lost to Lamarcus Aldridge and company," Rogers said. "It was a real good experience. We were evenly matched I think he had 20 and I had 18. I fouled out in the fourth quarter. He's a great player right. I personally think he should go to school. He should get a little more experience with older guys and then go make the leap."
Rogers will one day go to school but before picking a college, he's in for a competitive summer with Team Texas. This season was a learning experience for Rogers because he received much more playing time than he did as a sophomore.
"I had a very good season. I didn't play too much last year but I had a good season. I improved every part of my game." He averaged 13 points and 10 rebounds.
"I like the Big East and UConn. I like the way they run up and down the floor but they still give it in to the post players a lot. They run up and down the floor a lot."
Running is nice, but it's not the lone factor Rogers will take into consideration when he makes a decision.
"I'm real big on academics and playing time."
Rogers, who hasn't taken the SAT, self reported a 3.5 GPA.