NC Lineman's Post USC Camp Thoughts

The 6-foot-8, 310-pound offensive lineman has excellent size and quickness. During his junior season he graded out at 87-percent with 30 pancake blocks. At the Shrine Bowl Combine, Rogers was timed in the forty-yard dash at 5.0 seconds. He holds his blocks very well ...

Bryan Rogers of Monroe (NC) is quickly becoming one of the more sought linemen in North Carolina. The 6-foot-8, 310-pound offensive lineman has excellent size and quickness. During his junior season he graded out at 87-percent with 30 pancake blocks. At the Shrine Bowl Combine, Rogers was timed in the forty-yard dash at 5.0 seconds. He holds his blocks very well. Rogers has been invited to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio, Texas. He attended the South Carolina one-day camp this past Saturday. TheInsiders.com spoke with Rogers about his performance at the camp and the possibilities of an offer.

"It went pretty good. It was a real learning experience. I messed up a lot and they helped out a lot. Coach Googes really taught me a lot."

North Carolina has already offered Rogers, and he feels like Clemson will also offer soon. So does he expect an offer from the Gamecocks?

"I'm really not sure. Dave Roberts (Rogers recruiter) said if they get film they might offer me. I haven't heard from them. Well, they did say that Lou Holtz's sister is in the hospital, so I probably will not hear from them until he's back."

Rogers named a leader and talked about what he likes the most about them.

"USC, because they are only one and a half hours away. Their coaches are really nice and so is the environment. You could tell it would be alright there."

Rogers does not plan to attend any other camps this summer. He was unsure of when he would commit.

Stay tuned to TheInsiders.com for all the latest on Bryan Rogers.

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