RB Justin Rogers Profile
Vestavia Hills (Ala.) standout Justin Rogers will travel to Clemson early Saturday morning with his family.
"I am going to Clemson Saturday," said Rogers during a recent interview with CUTigers.com. "We are leaving at 4 AM. My mom and my brother will be coming with me. They also came with me last year when I saw the North Carolina and North Carolina State games."
What does Justin hope to see during his visit to Tigertown?
"I want to see the field again. That field is awesome. When they run down the hill that is really nice. I also want to go around and see the campus. We will also stay and watch practice," replied Rogers.
Last weekend the Alabama standout visited another group of Tigers.
"I went to Auburn last weekend. It was good. I liked the academics and where the football players stay. The equipment room was real nice," said Rogers.
When does the prize recruit plan to make a commitment?
"Clemson, they are pretty high up there to tell you the truth, but I am going to wait it out and see how it goes. I will probably make a commitment in the middle of my football season," replied Rogers.
Clemson wide receivers coach Dabo Swinney is working hard to convince Rogers that he should be wearing orange.
"We send text messages a lot. He is just looking forward to me coming up this weekend. He is telling me it will be a lot of fun. He can't wait to see me," stated the talented running back.
Rogers is showing his athleticism on the track this spring.
"I am doing outdoor track right now. I am doing the 100 and the relays," added Rogers.
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