Stephen Rogers, the highly coveted small forward from Mesa Community College in Arizona, has not made his mind up yet.
The second-team JC All-American told the Deseret News after his visit with BYU ended Sunday afternoon he had not yet made a commitment.
Rogers met with BYU’s coaching staff and took an official tour of the campus and basketball facilities and was on an airplane headed back to his family home in Arizona where he said representatives from the Utah State coaching staff would be waiting to have another visit with him.
The sophomore-to-be is the No. 1 recruiting target left for both USU and BYU. After receiving offers from numerous schools, Rogers — a former Arizona State player who served an LDS mission to Cleveland — said he would decide shortly after his visit with the Cougars.