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TCU Loses Star To Transfer

TCU Loses Star To Transfer

TCU Loses Star To Transfer

TCU lost a star to transfer this week.

Quarterback Justin Rogers has revealed that he is planning to head elsewhere for the 2020 season.

The former high school star and four-star recruit is reportedly heading to UNLV, per the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Beyond that, Rogers also seemingly confirmed the move with a recent Twitter post.

“Las Vegas, Nevada. Committed and enrolled,” he wrote.

Coming out of high school Rogers was ranked as the 43rd best recruit in the 2018 class, and the third best dual-threat quarterback in the country.

He was also the third-ranked prospect from the state of Louisiana.

During his high school 2016 campaign, Rogers recorded 2,646 yards and 26 scores through the air, and 566 yards and nine scores on the ground.

Unfortunately, a knee injury sustained in high school prevented Rogers from going off in his first year at TCU.

It will be interesting to see what sort of impact Rogers ultimately ends up having on UNLV.

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