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2016 - JUNIOR
- He tallied 22 hits through 18 games for the L.A. Brewers. Rodgers scored 17 runs, stole nine bases and ended the regular summer season with a .314 batting average.
2015 - SOPHOMORE
- Rodgers appeared in 38 games for the Vols in 2015, hitting .278 with six doubles, 12 RBI and nine runs scored.
- Went 1-for-2 versus Arkansas in the SEC Tournament on May 19.
- Knocked two doubles in the Mississippi State series, recording one RBI and one scored run (May 14-16).
- Recorded one RBI and scored once on two hits against Belmont (May 6).
- Notched one double, two RBI and scored a run in the series versus Texas A&M (May 1-3).
- Went 1-for-4, recording a RBI and scoring once, in the series finale versus South Carolina (April 25).
- Batted in a run against South Carolina on April 25.
- Hit 1-for-2, driving in a run in Tennessee's 14-7 victory at ETSU on April 21.
- Tallied a double, a sacrifice fly and a RBI in the series finale at Kentucky (April 18).
- Registered a RBI on a sacrifice fly against Missouri on April 10.
- Recorded a RBI and and his third run of the season in the second game of the series at Vanderbilt, hitting 1-for-4 (March 28).
- Scored once while going 1-for-2 at Florida on March 15.
- Went 4-for-9 with a double and two RBIs in three games at UC Irvine (Feb. 27-28).
- Delivered a pinch-hit single in his season debut at Florida International (Feb. 14).
2014 - FRESHMAN
- Played in 11 games for the Vols, making four starts at third base and one as designated hitter.
- Wrapped up his first year on Rocky Top by hitting .130 with four runs scored and two RBIs.
- Recorded his first collegiate hit against Quinnipiac (March 2).
- Went 2-for-6 (.333) with one run scored and two RBIs in the series against La Salle (March 4-5).
- Recorded two walks and one run scored (0-for-3) in the club's 8-7 win over Austin Peay (March 18).
- Reached base via walk as a pinch-hitter for teammate Christin Stewart at South Carolina (March 30).
- Stole one base and came around to score one run in his final start (0-for-4) of the season at third base against UNC Asheville (May 6).
- Played with the Matsu Miners, who finished second in the Alaska Baseball League after dropping both games of the ABL Championship to the Alaska Goldpanners. Rodgers went 1-for-4 with a double in the two-game championship series (July 29-30) and was named an ABL All-Star.
- On the summer with the Miners, Rodgers hit .265 with seven doubles and 14 RBIs in 32 games.
- Excelled as a two-sport star at Memphis University School, starting at shortstop on the baseball team and quarterback on the football team.
- Led the baseball team to regional championships in 2011, 2012 and finished as the state runner-up both seasons.
- Ranked by Perfect Game as the No. 4 shortstop and the 34th-best overall prospect in the state of Tennessee.
- Earned Perfect Game Southeast Region Honorable Mention honors in 2013 and was tabbed a Perfect Game Underclass Honorable Mention All-American in 2012.
- Named all-metro and second team all-state as a senior.
- Was a Commercial Appeal Best of the Preps baseball finalist in 2013.
- Batted .345 with eight homers and went 6-2 on the mound while leading the Owls to the final four of the Division II-AA state tournament as a senior.
- Earned all-metro area and all-state honors after hitting a career-best .431 with 17 RBIs and posting a 7-2 record on the mound as a sophomore.
- Hit .344 with five homers and an 8-2 record on the hill to claim all-metro area honors once again as a junior.
- Helped guide the Owls' football team to a 2010 State Championship and finished as the Tennessee Division II-AA state runner-ups in 2012.
- Named a Mr. Football finalist in the state of Tennessee and was tabbed the Regional player of the Year in 2012.
- Threw for 2,851 yards, 35 touchdowns and just five interceptions while leading the Owls to a 10-3 record as a senior.
- Full name is Jordan Taylor Rodgers
- Born May 9, 1995
- Son of Jason and Tina Rodgers
- Majoring in Business Finance
- Desires to one day be a manager in Major League Baseball
- Models himself after fellow shortstop Derek Jeter and considers him to be his biggest sports influence
- Recipient of the Hattie Ogle McGriffin Athletic Scholarship