"Washington offered me late last week," Rogers told Dawgman.com. "I have been talking to coach (Jonathan) Smith for a while and he told me how they were very interested in me, but they offer a little different that some schools.
"They told me they break down each player to see if they are the perfect fit for the school and the program and after all the coaches agreed they were all on board with it, that's when they offered me."
Rogers said he's spoken to both Smith and head coach Chris Petersen and that he's formed a solid relationship with the Husky staff.
While the offer from the Dawgs was big for Rogers, he did reiterate where his heart lies, at least currently.
"California is still my school, no doubt, but you don't know what can happen between now and February," Rogers noted. "I mean, the coaches can change, anything can happen and I don't want to burn any bridges with any coaches."
The offer from the Huskies is Rogers' fifth, joining the offers he already had from UCLA, Colorado State, Cal and Utah.
"I'm planning on going up there, to Seattle, in August at some point, but I haven't set an official date or anything yet," Rogers added.
Rogers is the fifth quarterback with an offer from the Huskies, joining the likes of Jacob Eason (Georgia commit), Dillon Sterling-Cole, Matt Fink and Max Gilliam (Cal commit).
We will have more on Rogers after his visit to Washington next month.