Former Cal QB recruit commit, 12 others to visit UNLV this weekend

Quarterback Armani Rogers, a former Cal recruiting commit, headlines a group of 13 high school seniors who will make their official visit to UNLV this weekend.

In addition to his scholarship offer from the Rebels, the 6-foot-5-inch, 200-pound Rogers — a three-star recruit from Los Angeles’ Hamilton High School and the son of former NFL linebacker Sam Rogers — also has offers from UCLA, Utah, Washington and Arizona State.

Rogers, who committed to Cal in February and decommitted in October, is rated by as the nation’s No. 23 dual-threat quarterback.

Other recruits visiting UNLV this weekend who have yet to commit to a school include three-star defensive linemen Emmanuel Fesili (6-2, 280, Long Beach Poly HS) and Leveel Tatum (6-3, 270, Edison HS, Fresno, Calif.), nephew of late Oakland Raiders great Jack Tatum; three-star outside linebacker David Tate (6-3, 220, Edison HS, Fresno, Calif.); and two-star cornerback Tykenzie Daniels (5-11, 177, Foster HS, Richmond, Texas).

The players visiting UNLV who’ve already committed to the school are three-star offensive linemen Jaron Caldwell (6-3, 290, Bishop Gorman HS) and Julio Garcia (6-2, 290, Bishop Gorman HS); two-star offensive linemen Donovan Outlaw (6-4, 290, Coronado HS) and Matt Brayton (6-4, 295, Bishop Amat HS, La Puente, Calif.); three-star tight end Gio Fauolo (6-3, 235, Freedom HS, Oakey, Calif.); three-star running back Charles Williams (Bullard HS, Fresno, Calif.); two-star wide receiver C.J. Harris (6-1, 185, East Valley HS, Redlands, Calif.) and two-star defensive end Rodney Jones (6-4, 225, Lincoln HS, Stockton, Calif.).

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