With the Washington Commanders of the National Football League, Armani Rogers plays tight end in professional football. He weighs 102 kg and stands at 1.96 m. He went to Alexander Hamilton High School where he played football, passing for 1,433 yards and 18 touchdowns and rushing for 431 yards and six more as a senior.
When he graduated from high school, he made the commitment to enroll at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV), where he went on to play college football for the UNLV Rebels football team. He was a three-star recruit for UNLV at the time. He redshirted the season of his true freshman year and started nine games as a redshirt freshman.
He continued to play football for the Ohio Bobcats football team at Ohio University after transferring there as a graduate student in 2020. He was primarily used in offensive package plays during his debut season in Ohio, when he rushed for 114 yards and two touchdowns and passed for 48 yards and one. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, college athletes were given an additional year of eligibility in 2020.
Rogers took advantage of this opportunity to play again in Ohio. His passing and rushing totals for the season were 334 and 552 yards, respectively, with seven touchdowns. He started two games at quarterback and was also used in offensive packages. In May 2022, as an undrafted free agent, he agreed to join the Washington Commanders.
Who Are Armani Rogers Parents?
Armani Rogers was born to parents, Leslie and Sam Rogers. His parents keep a low profile so there is nothing else known about them.