Jordan Rogers



Jordan Rogers, a Colorado native, was 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 years leading the team in hitting, doubles, runs and RBI'S receiving multiple All State Honors. In High School, Rogers lost the state championship his Sophomore year, and came in third his Junior year.

Rogers accepted a full scholarship to Lamar Community College in Colorado before transferring to a 4-year private institution in Austin Texas. Being named the team captain he started his first two years at 3rd base, Rogers received All Conference Honors. Rogers transferred his junior year to Robert Morris University receiving All Conference. Rogers went 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 next season approaching, Rogers signed a professional contract overseas. Playing overseas, Rogers played all over Europe in the Netherlands, Spain and Australia and was named a team captain. He learned and saw the game in all different styles of play. After playing one season overseas, Rogers turned the gears to become a full-time coach.

During the 4 years of college, Rogers was a seasonal trainer at Diamond Club Academy in Colorado, and a Head Coach for Kelly Stinnett Baseball in Arizona. While managing 16U and 18U for Kelly Stinnett, Rogers took the Championship four times while getting over 25 players signed to a college scholarship. After 3 years of coaching in Arizona, Rogers moved to Illinois to take over the 16U DuPage County Hounds Team for Sean Osborne. Rogers has continued to coach at the high school level seeing several of his players go on to play at the collegiate level and is still coaching with the Hounds Organization.  Rogers is a private trainer where he focuses on the development of the player mechanically, mentally and physically.

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