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Basketball Recruiting

Top-50 junior Ty Rodgers discusses his recruitment

November 13, 2020

Grand Blanc’s Ty Rodgers has received praise from people all over the country, especially in Michigan. Miles Bridges, a current member of the Charlotte Hornets, has publicly praised the super talented and skilled 6-foot-6 prospect. 

Rodgers is rated amongst the Top-75 juniors in the country and is just 16-years-old but is expected to have an immediate impact and major role with Grand Blanc this season due to the fact they’ve lost several seniors, causing Rodgers to be inserted into the lead role as a junior.

As a recruit, Rodgers holds offers from many programs including Marquette, Syracuse, Ohio State,  Michigan State, Houston, Michigan, and many others.

He discussed his recruitment with

Which schools are involved?

Rodgers: “The schools I’ve heard from the most are Syracuse, Michigan, Houston, Marquette, Rhode Island, Ohio State, Missouri, and even though they haven’t offered yet, Vanderbilt.”

Any newer schools?

Rodgers: “Louisville, Temple, South Carolina, Texas, Texas Tech.”

Newest offer?

Rodgers: “Temple. I zoomed with them yesterday.”

You’ve recently zoomed and talked as well with Marquette, Syracuse, and Michigan, talk them.

Rodgers: “All three of them are recruiting me heavily. All three coaches are great coaches and I love what they’re doing with their programs. I mean all three of them have had success with getting wings to the league in the past.

Which head coaches have you talked with the most?

Rodgers: “I’ve talked to Howard and Boeheim the most out of all the schools that are recruiting me as well. And they think I can come in right away and have a major impact.”

You’ve also gotten tons of added muscle which is major for your development, how has that been?

Rodgers: “My offseason was good. I put on 20 pounds and I’ve really been changing my body and making sure I'm eating the right stuff.”

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