2025’s Logan Rogers is one of the brightest QB prospects from the Sunshine State | Youth1

2025’s Logan Rogers is one of the brightest QB prospects from the Sunshine State

Logan Rogers is one of the best players from the Tampa, FL area in the Class of 2025. 


The 5-foot-10, 135-pound Rogers, who attends Palm Harbor Middle School, is a dynamic player that works as a quarterback. 



Rogers has earned plenty of recognition during his career, such as: 




All American Pop Warner First Team National


All American Pop Warner First Team Regional All American


Pop Warner Conference Champion


Pop Warner Conference Champion


Offense Defense All American Bowl East 2x Bowl Winner


Offense Defense All American Bowl West invite 



Winner Field House Trinity QB Competition


National Jr. Honor Society


Offense Defense National All American Bowl Invite



Rogers is humbled by the accolades. 

“It shows that all of the hours of work that I have put into perfecting my craft has finally paid off. It reinforces that you have to earn that recognition by hard work, dedication and sheer grit,’ Rogers said. “It was a great experience going to the games and meeting new coaches that ran new offenses and taught me new things. I got to travel to new places and connect with some amazing great teammates too, many of them I still continue to keep in touch with and created great friendships.”

Rogers has attended the following camps:





QB Gunslinger Challenge


Knoxville, TN

RNR Top 100


Orlando, FL

Artavis Scott Football Camp (DaGreat Football Camp)


Clearwater, FL

Phillips QB Academy Camp


Pinellas Park, FL

Phillips QB Academy Camp


Pinellas Park, FL

The Field House QB Camp QB Competition (MVP Winner)


Odessa, FL

Elite Prospects Camp


Bradenton, FL



Orlando, FL

Sports Life High School Football Camp


Clearwater, FL

Phillips QB Academy Camp


Pinellas Park


In the championship game last season, Rogers threw for nearly 400 yards along with 4 touchdown passes. 

No matter the opponent, every game Rogers is determined to give it his all. 


Rogers is going all out. 


The motor is always at full throttle whenever Rogers steps between the lines.


“My mindset is to not only be the best I can be at my position but to also know everyone else’s responsibilities on the team. As a QB you need to know what your O-line is doing, how your receivers are running their routes or what hole the running back is supposed to hit,” Rogers said. “I want my team to be able to look to me and know that I can be counted on.”


Rogers has great passion and energy whenever he’s on the field. Rogers tells why he enjoys the game of football so much. 


“I love being the leader of the team and being the person that gets to touch the ball every play,” Rogers said. 


Rogers has learned many valuable lessons from playing football that he applies to his everyday life. 


“Playing has taught me that you’re going to lose but when that happens you take that loss and use it to get better,” Rogers said. 


Rogers shares his favorite memories of playing football.


“It would have to be last season's conference championship. We were matched up against a fierce team and there was much hype about the match up. It came down to the last seconds and we got the win,” Rogers said. “I was awarded the Player of the Game which made it that much more memorable.”


Rogers takes his role as one of the leaders on the team very seriously. Rogers makes sure he’s a daily positive influence on his peers.


“I try to set a good example by being positive and encouraging to my teammates. I also try to help everyone out, whether it is helping the running back make a good move or helping the receivers with their release,” Rogers said. “The best advice I give is that when the other team scores on us, we need to be mentally strong and move on to the next play. Being mentally strong pushed us through to win our championship.”


Rogers is appreciative of having amazing male role models that are supportive.


“I have learned to step up and be a leader,” Rogers said. “One aspect of that that I have improved on is being more vocal with my teammates which is one thing my coaches have taught me to do,” 


Rogers patterns his mentality after this standout.  

“Tom Brady because he is such a great leader and role model and can put the ball wherever he wants to,” Rogers said. “He is someone that I mimic and try to be like.”

Rogers lists math as his favorite subject in school. 


“I enjoy problem solving,” Rogers said. 


Rogers explains his collegiate aspirations. 


“My top college choices are the University of Florida, Oregon, and Clemson,” Rogers said. 

Rogers maintains a rigorous schedule to stay sharp.

“I do target throwing,  sprints, push-ups, fast footwork, and combine drills,” Rogers said. 


Rogers is striving for greatness in all that he does. 


“My main goal for high school is to win a state championship,” Rogers said. 


Rogers describes what he believes separates himself from the pack. 

“First and foremost my mental toughness, I think being mentally tough sets you apart from your competition. Being able to handle high stakes situations calmly and decisively,” Rogers said. “I also think that my work ethic is unmatched, my effort I put into my training is non negotiable and I won’t let anything get in the way of reaching my goals.”


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