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 Kevin Rogers 23
Kevin Rogers
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Dallas, Texas

High School:
South Oak Cliff

Height / Weight:
6-9 / 250

Position:
F

Birthdate:
09/22/1986

Experience:
3L

01/27/2007

Baylor Men's Basketball vs. Texas - 01/27/2007

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01/25/2007

Baylor Men's Basketball vs. Kansas 01/24/07

Baylor Men's Basketball vs. Kansas, Jan. 24, 2007.

01/09/2007

Baylor Men's Basketball vs. Texas A&M University - 01/09/2007

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12/11/2006

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Baylor Men's Basketball vs. South Carolina - 12/09/2006

12/02/2006

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Baylor Men's Basketball vs. Texas State - 12/02/2006

• 2009 Big 12 All-Tournament Team
• 2009 All-Big 12, third team (Rivals.com)
• 2009 All-Big 12, honorable mention (coaches)
• 2009 Big 12 All-Underrated (The Oklahoman)
• 2008 All-Big 12, third team (AP)
• 2008 All-Big 12, honorable mention (coaches)
• 2008 Big 12 All-Underrated (media)
• 2007 Big 12 All-Improved team (media)
• Big 12 Player of the Week (Dec. 24, 2007 and March 3, 2008)

INTANGIBLES / Started 101 consecutive games to finish career • Fifth player in school history to record 1,000 points and 800 rebounds in career • Finished Baylor career ranked in the following career categories: career wins (1st, 64), games played (t2nd, 118), games started (5th, 101), minutes played (2nd, 3,448), minutes per game (10th, 29.2), points (7th, 1,371), double-doubles (t4th, 25), field goals made (7th, 548), field goals attempted (8th, 1,057), rebounds (3rd, 865), blocked shots (6th, 85) • Also ranked in following single-season categories: games played (t1st, 39), games started (t1st, 39), minutes played (2nd, 1,285), double-doubles (t7th, 12), rebounds (8th, 296).

2008-09 [SENIOR] / One of two players to start all 39 games • Named to Big 12 All-Tournament Team after averaging 13.0 points and 9.8 rebounds • All-Big 12 third team pick by Rivals.com and a honorable mention selection by the league's coaches • All-Underrated team selected by The Oklahoman • Ranked third on team in scoring (12.6 points) and led the squad in rebounding (7.6 boards) • Second on team with 1,285 minutes played and third in minutes played per game (32.9) • Shot 55.9 percent (200-of-358) from the floor • Notched first double-double of season with 10 points and 14 boards in 76 Classic championship loss to Wake Forest • Held scoreless in road win at Washington State • Second double-double came vs. UT Arlington with 13 points and 13 rebounds • Chipped in 16 points vs. Portland State, becoming 22nd player in school history to reach 1,000 career points • Posted back-to-back double-doubles vs. South Carolina (14 pts/13 reb) and Texas Tech (14 pts/14 reb) • Scored 12 points and pulled down 11 rebounds in 18-point road win at Kansas State • Added 13 points and 12 rebounds in home loss to Texas • Had streak of 17 consecutive games scoring in double figures (Dec. 20 - Feb. 21) • Second on team with 31 blocked shots • Grabbed career-high 20 rebounds in Big 12 Championship first round vs. Nebraska, setting BU Big 12 Championship record • Recorded 24th career double-double (and seventh of season) with 10 points and 20 rebounds vs. Nebraska • Had 14 points, five rebounds and one block in upset of No. 11 Kansas in Big 12 Championship quarterfinals • Game-high 20 points and five rebounds in Big 12 semifinal win over Texas • Averaged 14.7 points and 10.0 rebounds in three Big 12 Championship wins • Connected on season-high-tying 10 field goals in NIT first-round vs. Georgetown, scoring game-high 20 points • Scored team-high 16 points with eight rebounds in NIT road win at Virginia Tech • Collected 25th career double-double with 15 points and 12 rebounds in win at Auburn.

2007-08 [JUNIOR] / All-Big 12 third team pick by the AP and an honorable mention selection by the coaches • Big 12 All-Underrated team selection by the media • Has made 62 consecutive starts (all games as sophomore and junior) • Recorded 12 double-doubles in 2007-08 - the third-most in the Big 12 • Has 17 career double-doubles - fourth-most among active Big 12 players • Posted 15 double-digit rebound efforts • Finished season with team-high 8.5 rebounds per game • Ranked fifth in rebounds per game (8.5), sixth in offensive rebounds per game (2.59) and fourth in defensive rebounds per game (5.94) among Big 12 players • Ranked second on the team and sixth in Big 12 in free throw percentage (77.1 percent) • Scored 20 points with 11 rebounds in season-opening win vs. Jackson State (11/11/07) • Poured in season-high 26 points on 12-for-15 shooting with 10 rebounds in win vs. MVSU (12/3/07) • Two games later, added 12 points and 12 boards in road win at South Carolina (12/19/07) • Followed with 21 points and 10 rebounds at Southern (12/21/07) • Tallied three straight double-doubles during Big 12 play in January, including 19 points and a career-high 18 rebounds in an epic 116-110 5OT win at Texas A&M (1/23/08) • Added 16 rebounds in ensuing home loss to Oklahoma (1/26/08) • Reeled off five straight double-doubles toward the close of the Big 12 regular season • Scored 12 points with 14 rebounds (eight offensive) in homecourt loss to Texas (2/16/08) • Scored 24 points to go along with 11 rebounds (10 defensive) in win at Colorado (2/27/08) • Final double-digit rebound effort came in 2OT loss to Colorado in Big 12 Championship (3/13/08) • Held to 9 points and 7 rebounds in 26 minutes vs. Purdue in the NCAA Tournament (3/20/08).

2006-07 [SOPHOMORE] / Played in 30 of 31 games during sophomore season in 2006-07 (missed one game due to injury), started all 30 at power forward • Averaged 12.8 points, 7.6 rebounds, 0.9 blocks and shot 52.5 percent from the floor on the season • Ranked among the Big 12 leaders in several statistical categories: scoring (12.8 ppg, 18th), rebounding (7.6 rpg, fifth), offensive rebounds (2.53 orpg, seventh) and shooting (52.5%, fourth) • Named to 2007 Big 12 All-Improved team, selected by league media • Doubled scoring average from freshman season (+6.7, 12.8 up from 6.1) • In Big 12 conference games, averaged 13.1 points and 9.0 rebounds and recorded five double-doubles (most by a Baylor player in Big 12 games since current Memphis Grizzlies forward Lawrence Roberts notched 10 in 2002-03) • 9.0 rebounds in Big 12 games ranked third in the league • Scored in double-digits in 22 of 30 games played • Registered five-plus rebounds in 25 of 30 games • Blocked a career-high four shots in win over Texas Southern (11/20/06) • Put together streak of 18 straight made free throws over eight-game span early in the season [Texas Southern (11/20/06) to North Carolina A&T 12/28/06)] • Posted a career-high 16 rebounds vs. Kansas (1/24/07), along with 11 points • Exploded for career-high 27 points (12-20 FGs) and 12 rebounds at Missouri (2/14/07) • Sat out Baylor's regular-season finale vs. Oklahoma State (3/3/07) due to ankle sprain (only DNP of career).

2005-06 [TRUE FRESHMAN] / Played in all 17 games of Baylor's abbreviated schedule as true freshman in 2005-06, averaged 21.1 minutes off bench • Averaged 6.1 points and 4.0 rebounds and had nine blocks on the season • Second on the team in free throw percentage at 76.9 percent (30-39) • Third on the team with 4.0 average rebounds; 26 of 68 boards offensive ­ Scored six points and had four rebounds in collegiate debut at Texas Tech (1/11/06) • Played a season-high 29 minutes vs. Texas (2/21/06), had season-best two blocks ­ Totaled season-high nine rebounds in season's first win, an overtime thriller over Kansas State (2/1/06) • Posted career-first double-figure scoring game in upset of Missouri (2/7/06) with 13 points • Scored season-high 17 points (perfect 7-for-7 from line) in win over Iowa State (2/25/06), added seven rebounds • Member of "Freshman Four" rookie quartet (along with Mamadou Diene, Henry Dugat and Curtis Jerrells) that accounted for 46 percent of team's points and 51 percent of rebounds.

HIGH SCHOOL / A consensus national top-75 recruit • Left-handed power forward prepped at South Oak Cliff High School in Dallas • National recruit ratings include: No. 34 SchoolSports, No. 35 Hoop Alliance, No. 50 PrepStars.com, No. 54 Rivals.com, No. 56 CSTV.com, No. 58 FutureStars, No. 60 Scout.com, No. 63 HoopScoop.com, No. 74 Basketball News • Rated the state's sixth-best recruit by TexasHoops.com and No. 8 in Texas by HoopScoop.com • Listed the No. 15 power forward nationally by Athlon Sports ­ Invited to the prestigious 2005 Jordan Classic national game at Madison Square Garden following senior season • Led SOC to 32-7 record and state championship as a senior in 2004-05 • Had 16 points and nine rebounds in state championship title game win over San Antonio Sam Houston • Played under head coach James Mayes II at SOC ­ Named to state all-tournament team for his efforts • Averaged 15.5 points, eight rebounds and three blocks per game as senior • Earned 2005 TABC 4A All-State and All-District 13-4A honors as senior • Named to Dallas Morning News All-Area second team • Averaged 13 points, 10 rebounds and four blocks as junior in 2003-04 ­ Helped SOC to 24-9 record and the third round of the 4A playoffs • Played for Team USA at 2004 and 2005 Global Games in Dallas.

PERSONAL / Full name is Kevin La'Charles Rogers • Born Sept. 22, 1986, in Dallas, Texas • Son of Rhonda Joyce Rogers • Speech communications major.

Total 3-Point Rebounds
Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg
2005-06 17 0 358 22.1 37 96 .385 0 0 .000 30 39 .769 26 42 68 4.0 28 1 6 24 9 11 104 6.1
2006-07 30 30 864 28.8 156 297 .525 0 0 .000 71 95 .747 76 152 228 7.6 87 4 26 66 26 15 383 12.8
2007-08 32 32 941 29.4 155 306 .507 2 11 .182 81 105 .771 83 190 273 8.5 83 4 22 53 19 22 393 12.3
2008-09 39 39 1285 32.9 200 358 .559 0 2 .000 91 145 .628 98 198 296 7.6 98 3 42 87 31 31 491 12.6
TOTAL 118 101 3448 29.2 548 1057 .518 2 13 .154 273 384 .711 283 582 865 7.3 296 12 96 230 85 79 1371 11.6

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