Update: Justin Rogers has committed to TCU.


Talented four-star dual-threat quarterback Justin Rogers from Bossier City, LA will be announcing his college decision tonight live at 6 p.m. CT on NBC 6 News in Shreveport, LA.

Rogers will be deciding between LSU, TCU, and North Carolina.


The 6-4, 200-pound prospect from Parkway High School is rated the No. 4 dual-threat quarterback in the country and the No. 3 overall player from the state of Louisiana for the class of 2018, according to ESPN.

For more info on Rogers, visit his profile page on our 2018 Recruiting Tracker.

Highlights:



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Comments

37 Comments
"Well, bye."
Reply8 months
Narcisse will take the reins early and make us forget about any other QB in recent memory Bank it
Reply8 months
Tiger Bait. Enjoy repping a second tier school in Ft. Worth (the city sucks by the way).
Reply8 months
Really? Dude, Ft Worth is infinitely better than Baton Rouge
8 months
Guys like him come out of high school with four and five star ratings then end up playing receiver if they make the NFL at all. Meanwhile, guys with the ability to throw accurately and with timing go to lesser programs then become first round picks and HOF pros. Best of luck to this young man, it gets a lot harder to chunk it deep at the next level.
Reply8 months
BYE! Geaux Tigers!!!!!
Reply8 months
He would have had to wait 3 years for maybe a shot. Don't blame him.
Reply8 months
Marshall made him
Reply8 months
He gone
Reply8 months
TCU lock
Reply8 months
Hopefully we can land his 5 star teammate Terrace Marshall - #1 receiver in the nation.
8 months
Don't care. He couldn't beat out Myles Brennan on his best day. I am tired of "dual threat" QBs. That is just code for a kid who can't pass that well. I want a damn QUARTERBACK who can throw the ball. Good luck to you young man.
Reply8 months
TCU, hopefully there is not a thread on the recruiting board when he picks. It is best to just ignore home state players that want to play out of state. Good luck to them but no need to publicly melt on here.
Reply8 months
TCU
Reply8 months
Unlike many posters, I love LSU and encourage all high school athletes to work to become Tigers.
Reply8 months
I strongly agree with posters realizing Harris just didn't have it. Miles and co. didn't do a good job developing. But you have to produce, and Harris just didn't. Maybe he will fair better at NC. I don't see this kid from Parkway coming to LSU, and that's fine. We have 5 qb's right now and 2-3 of them could be very good! I really think Brennan is the future if they don't rush him. Etling should be much improved this year, and has invaluable experience. I am confident Coach C. will have the best man behind center when the season starts. Geaux Tigers!
Reply8 months
T. C. U. LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCK!!!!!
Reply8 months
I hate to say it but yep...that's why he put LSU 1st on that list.
8 months
If he comes great! If not, oh well. From the looks of his short list he's insane not to take a tiger offer. This new staff is an all star squad and I can't see us begging for QBs from here on.
Reply8 months
He committed to TCU about 2 hours before you posted this.
8 months
His highlight film is full of deep balls.
Reply8 months
What channel/time is the Parkway valedictorian announcing his college choice?
Reply8 months
Not sure why he wouldn't strongly consider LSU....May as well forgot what we've come to expect on offense- this is a new regime.
Reply8 months
After what happened to BH, can anyone blame this kid for not choosing LSU?
Reply8 months
Les Miles is not our coach anymore. He has no reason to personally hate LSU because of what happened to a kid who wasn't developed by a completely different regime
8 months
you mean after not producing for multiple games and getting benched bc of it ? have you ever play sports in your life? If you dont produce you ride pine...its life, LSU did nothing to BH.
8 months
I was a BH fan and still hope the best for him....but nothing "happened" to him. He simply wasn't good enough to continue to be our starting quarterback.
8 months
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