|High School:||Klein Forest|
ACADEMIC NOTES: Majoring in criminology and criminal justice with a minor in sociology.
FUN FACTS: Played with Northern Colorado’s Elliott Lloyd at Klein Forest...One of four players from high school team to sign with Division I school: Chris Hines (Utah), Elliott Lloyd (Northern Colorado) and Toure’ Murry (Wichita State).
CAREER NOTES: Seen action in 59 games with 50 starts...Made 127 three-pointers in his career...Shooting 43.1 percent for his career beyond the arc, the sixth-best percentage in school history...Made at least one three-pointer in 50 of 59 career games.
2010-11: All-Big Sky second-team choice...Received the Coaches Award at team banquet…Seen action in all 32 games with 27 starts...Averaged 13.1 points per game with 2.4 rebounds and 2.4 assists...Ranked second in the Big Sky and fifth in Division I in three-point field goal percentage at 47.1, the 10th-best single-season three-point percentage in school history...Second in the Big Sky three-point field goals made per game at 2.5 (65th in Division I)...Recorded seven games with five or more three-pointers...Made 82 three-pointers on the season, tied for six-best single-season total on the NAU single-season charts... Posted 10 of his top 12 individual single-game scoring performances in his career...Eight of the 12 were on the road...Averaged 15.9 points per game and shooting 50.5 percent (54-for-105) from the three-point land on the road...Made at least one three-pointer in 30 of 32 games (Southwestern, Air Force)...Finished season with a current streak of 20 consecutive games with at least one three-pointer, the longest of his career…Posted 17 games in double figures...Made 20 straight free throws over eight games before miss at Sacramento State...Scored 22 in Big Sky quarterfinals against UNC, hitting six three-pointers...Had 27 points with five three-pointers in regular season meeting at UNC...Scored 29 points against Eastern Washington, hitting 3-for-3 beyond the arc and 6-for-6 from the line...Scored 21 points at Weber State, hitting five three-pointers and added 19 at Idaho State...Shattered his single-game career high with 31 points helped by seven three-pointers among 12-for-18 performance from the field at Pepperdine...Added a career-best tying four rebounds...Named the Big Sky Player of the Week for the performance...Scored 26 points at CS-Bakersfield...Had 20-point effort against USC on the road, hitting six three-pointers, with a career-high six rebounds.
2009-10 (REDSHIRT FRESHMAN): Saw action in 27 games with 22 starts...Starter in first seven games and another 11 straight at one point...Averaged 9.1 points, 1.7 rebounds and 2.3 assists per game...Ranked 28th in the league in scoring and fourth among freshmen...Tallied double figures 13 times, resetting or tying career single-game best six times...Shot 36.6 percent from three-point range, making at least one three-pointer in 20 of 27 games played...Recorded eight games with three or more three-pointers...Hit game-winning three-pointer with 1 second left in overtime to defeat Eastern Washington...Had two three-pointers in overtime periods in win over Portland State as part of a career-high 20 point night with six assists...Scored 20 points for the second time on the season at Sacramento State with five assists...Recorded 17 points at Colorado State...Scored 13 points against Fresno State...Had 11 points at Arizona...Scored nine points and had 10 assists against Southwestern in the season opener in first collegiate game...Did not play against UC Riverside due to ankle injury.
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2008 graduate of Klein Forest High School…Played for coach Cary Black… Named to the all-region and all-district teams…Broke high school's scoring record…Helped team to district and regional championships and state semifinals…Played on the Texas All-Star team and the Habea All-Star team…Was named team Most Valuable Player and district MVP.
Personal: Born Gabriel Antony Rogers on May 19, 1990 in Houston, Texas…Son of Kim and Gabe Rogers…Has two brothers, Keri and Davon…Enjoyed watching the United States Men's Basketball team win gold at the Olympics…Favorite player is Gilbert Arenas.