Rogers Looking to be More Consistent

'15 PG Nick Rogers talks about his play in last weeks Adidas Invite, his camp visit at U-M and more.

INDIANAPOLIS -- Traders Point Christian (Whitestown, Ind.) 2015 prospect Nick Rogers put his talents on display at the Adidas Invitational last week. A two-star prospect, Rogers was running point guard for the Eric Gordon All-Stars' 16-under squad.

At 6-foot, 165-pounds, Rogers used his quickness and dribble-drive ability to score when his team needed him to throughout the tournament play. He's a skilled passer, too. But despite his strong skill-set, he said he was not as consistent as he would of liked in tournament play.

"I have been on and off," Rogers said. "I need to be more consistent. But so far we have been doing good.

"I need to work on my consistency with my shooting the most. Then, I need to be more of a leader on the floor. I know I could be more vocal. I can be vocal at times, but then when things aren't going so good I seem to shy away from being more vocal. I can be more consistent shooting wise, too."

Currently, Rodgers has offers from Nebraska, Ole Miss, Valparaiso, Northern Illinois, Kent State and Kennesaw State. He said no team is leading for his services.

"Right now, every campus I have been too has been a good campus," Rogers said. "It just how good of fit it is when I am playing."

In June, Rogers made his way up to Ann Arbor for the Michigan one-day basketball camp.

"I talked with a couple coaches on my visit," Rogers said. "It was a good experience, but I had a deep thigh bruise when I was up there. So, I wasn't a 100-percent. I couldn't really play the way I wanted to. But I still had a good time and got to see their facilities and stuff. I got to see a team where Trey Burke played on and they made it to the championship. So that was a good experience to go up there and see that."

And if the Wolverines' were to offer?

"It would go pretty far, really far. I seen Trey Burke, I watch him high school and I seen how he developed. So I think I would be good and fit in that situation."


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