2003: Continues to be a consistent contributor to the backs...played in every game...recorded 34 tackles, including 17 solo...had three consecutive games with five tackles beginning with Nicholls State, followed by Northern Colorado and ending with Gardner-Webb also had a tackle for a loss against GWU...credited with a forced fumble and a broken pass against Bethune-Cookman, the program's first play-off opponent...had a season high for solo tackles against Siena.
2002: One of two defensive backs to play in every game...ended the season second among DBs in total tackles and 8th overall with 38, including 17 solo...had one tackle for a loss, one interception, one forced fumble and four passes broken up...most productive game was against James Madison (9-14-02) with seven total tackles...he also set his single season high of five solo tackles in the same game.
2001: Played in eight games...recorded seven solo tackles and six tackle assists...credited for breaking up two passes...performed well in spring drills.
High School: Played for Michael Simmonds at Jefferson High School...played option quarterback until his senior year...excellent receiver...three-sport athlete (football, basketball and track).
Personal: Health Administration major...son of Kamp and Anita Rodgers...born October 9, 1982 in Perth Amboy, NJ...Father Kamp Rodgers is a long-time Pop Warner coach.
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