Rogers emerged onto the national scene this year with an impressive spring that brought immediate interest from many of the country's top hoops programs. However, he was unable to match those April performances during the summer and is therefore ranked No. 44 in Dave Telep's post-summer Top 100 at TheInsidersHoops.com.
"I know that Hansbrough was their guy all along and they got him," Rogers continued. "I took it as a compliment that a school like North Carolina was recruiting me in my first real summer of basketball."
Rogers said he is now basically down to three schools -- Kansas, Arizona and Georgia Tech.
Despite the discussion this summer of going to college with AAU teammate C.J. Miles, the fact that Rogers is no longer a UNC recruit will not affect the Tar Heels' chances with Miles, according to sources close to the situation.
Miles informed Inside Carolina last Thursday of his in-home and official visit plans with North Carolina (Miles sets his official visit to UNC).