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Rogers keeping his options open

Darreus Rogers

Rogers isn't bothered by scholarship reductions facing USC, but Arizona State, Hawaii and Washington remain in play.

Since committing to USC in January, Carson (Calif.) wide receiver Darreus Rogers has been more than upfront about his intent to take official visits this fall. However, Rogers has been less clear about what that means for the strength of his pledge to the Trojans, continuing that trend this past weekend at the AIGA Memorial Day 7-on-7 Tournament. "The options are still open," Rogers...

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