ScoutSouth.com: Chaz Rogers Commits

Chaz Rogers helped lead the Guntersville Wildcats to their first ever state championship as a junior and led them back to the quarter-finals as a senior, and with a break or two the Wildcats could have easily been back in Birmingham. However, the time for Chaz Rogers to take the next step in his football career has come, and he was kind enough to share the latest details of his recruitment.

Guntersville was close to making it to their second state title game as they swapped touchdowns with Brooks High School in the quarter-finals of the 4A state playoffs, but it was not to be and the career of Chaz Rogers was cemented in time, and what a career it was.

"I went to Harding College for an official visit on the 19th of January, and I went ahead and committed to them while I was there," Chaz Rogers told ScoutSouth.com from his home in Guntersville, (Ala.).

"I was really surprised when I got there. The campus was very nice, and the coaches were all great. They seemed to really care about the players and their future."

Chaz Rogers chose Harding over Belhaven and Huntington colleges, and he tells ScoutSouth.com about his choice.

"Harding runs the same offense (spread offense) we run at Guntersville, and it's a fun offense to play in. They throw it 35-40 times per game, and I like that about them," Rogers concluded.

Rogers ended his senior season at Guntersville with 1,500 yards passing and 15 touchdowns.

We wish Chaz Rogers and all other Alabama high school athletes the best of luck as they head off to college to continue their football careers, and most importantly, their education.

Stay with ScoutSouth.com as we continue to cover Alabama high school football and the recruits for the class of 2009 across the state of Alabama.

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