Back when she was a top-50 recruit in the Class of 2019, Rogers was recruited heavily by the Lady Vols program. Today, Tennessee could once again use a player of her talent at the point guard position.
This past season, the Lady Vols advanced to the NCAA women’s basketball tournament Sweet 16 led by senior guard Jordan Horston and graduate guard Jordan Walker. Unfortunately for Tennessee, they are set to lose both players as Walker graduates and Horston announced her plan to forego her final year of eligibility to enter the WNBA draft.
Though the Lady Vols have already added talented guard transfer Destinee Wells from nearby Belmont, they could also use another guard in the backcourt which would be perfect for Rogers. Though she may have some better options, the opportunity to play for a historic and successful program such as Tennessee may be enough to push Rogers to Knoxville.
Great home visits with Texas🤘🏽 and Tennessee 🍊 today! pic.twitter.com/D77Rn6HBZ3
— Endyia Rogers (@endyia_rogers) September 18, 2018