Jordan Rogers

Hitting & Infield  (Regular & Junior Lessons)

Growing up in Colorado, Rogers become a 4 year varsity starter in baseball while becoming a 3 year varsity starter in Football and Basketball. At Erie High School Rogers was the starting shortstop all 4 of his years. As a senior he led the team in Hitting, Doubles, Runs and RBIS receiving All State honors. In High School, Rogers lost in the state championship his sophomore year, and came up short his junior year (in Arizona) as the Desert Ridge Jaguars took third. 

After high school Rogers went on to play college baseball at a private institution in Austin Texas. He was named the team captain and started his first two years at 3rd receiving All Conference both years. Rogers then transferred to Robert Morris University in 2011 for his junior season. After playing his junior season, Sean Osborne invited him to be a part of the Dupage County Hounds the summer of 2012. After becoming an All Conference player for the Eagles his junior season, he decided to skip out of his senior year as he went to Arizona to play Independent Professional Baseball in the Freedom Pro League in 2013. Starting every game as a middle infielder for former MLB catcher Kelly Stinnett, Rogers was eager to continue his professional career. With the league folding right before the start of the 2014 season, Rogers decided to take his talent overseas to play in the European Professional Baseball League. While playing overseas, Rogers tore his UCL bringing his playing career to an end. Rogers graduated from Robert Morris University receiving a Bachelors of Applied Science Degree with a concentration of Finance and Economics.