Posted: 12:56 pm Saturday, January 30th, 2010

Deon Rogers flips from Georgia to Louisville 

By Jason Lieser

Treasure Coast outside linebacker Deon Rogers was publicly upset about changes to Georgia’s coaching staff and he now has changed his commitment to Louisville.

“He did it yesterday,” Titans assistant coach Aaron Sheppard said.



Rogers (6-3, 205, 4.48, No. 12 on The Big Board) committed to the Bulldogs last summer but was angry when the team fired assistant coach John Jancek, who had been recruiting Rogers.

Rogers said last week he remained committed to Georgia but was considering Louisville and Ohio State.

“I’m still committed to Georgia,” Rogers said Jan. 21. “I’m keeping my options open, but I’m still committed. With what happened with the coaches, it messed everything around.

“I was a little disappointed because (Jancek) recruited me and I had a relationship with him. I was ready for him to coach me at Georgia. I was disappointed and shocked, but they have a new linebackers coach now and I’m trying to build a relationship with him.”

Looks like that won’t be happening.

All commitments are non-binding. No player is locked into a school until he signs a national letter of intent. The first day seniors can sign is Feb. 3, national signing day.

Rogers had 58 tackles, including 12 for negative yardage, as a senior with the Titans. He teamed with FSU commit Jeff Luc and middle linebacker Ed Foley to form the area’s top linebacker corps. All three players were named all-area.


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