James Rodgers

James Rodgers

Player Profile

RS Senior

Richmond, Texas

High School:
Lamar Consolidated

Height / Weight:
5-7 / 188





Oregon State Post Game Notes Vs. Oregon

The Beavers were downed by Oregon, 49-21, on November 26, 2011


Oregon State vs. Washington Post-Game Notes

The Beavers were victorious, 38-21, at Reser Stadium


Oregon State-Washington Post-Game Quotes

Oregon State-Washington Post-Game Quotes


Rodgers, Stevenson, Mannion Have Big Days In Win Over Huskies

James Rodgers became OSU's career receptions leader in the win


Mike Riley Previews The Washington Game

The Beavers and Huskies get underway at 12:30 p.m. Saturday


Oregon State vs. Washington State

Oregon State vs. Washington State


Oregon State vs. BYU - Oct. 15, 2011

Oregon State vs. BYU - Oct. 15, 2011

James Rodgers has Become a Blueprint Student-Athlete (GT 8/13/2010)

James Rodgers -- Published Poet -- Cliff Kirkpatrick of the Gazette Times

Oh, brothers - Rodgers duo makes quick impact at OSU- Kerry Eggers, The Portland Tribune

Role models put Rodgers brothers on right track- Kerry Eggers, The Portland Tribune

One More Run for the Rodgers (Portland Tribune 4/1/2010)

CAREER: James finished his career as one of the greatest receivers and all-purpose players in Oregon State history ... established a school record with 222 career receptions including an OSU record 91 catches in 2009 ... set the Oregon State career record with 6,377 all-purpose yards ... the first player in OSU history with 1,000 yards rushing and 2,000 yards receiving and one of three (Pat Chaffey and Jacquizz Rodgers) with 1,000 & 1,000 ... a regular on the Biletnikoff Award (top receiver) and Pau Hornung Award (most versatile player) Watch Lists ... came up 36 yards short of setting OSU career record for kick return yardage with 2,124 ... 19 touchdown receptions tied for third in OSU history ... 24.7 yards per kickoff return during his career ranks sixth in OSU history ... 13.7 yards per punt return during his career is the OSU record ... made at least one catch in the last 41 straight games in which he played ... owns three of OSU's top-10 single game all-purpose yards records, including No. 1 with 303 at Oregon in 2009 ... fourth at OSU for career receiving yards with 2,582 ... injured in Oct. 9, 2010 game at Arizona, suffering a left knee injury that forced him to have season-ending surgery ... had already missed the Oct. 2 game vs. Arizona State due to a concussion ... at the time of the injury he led the Pac-10 and ranked fourth in the country with 184.3 all-purpose yards per game ... was granted a fifth year of eligibility - he played four of the team's first five games and thus was eligible for the medical hardship ... missed spring practice and was limited in fall camp of 2011 while rehabilitating ... returned to the field for the Sept. 24, 2011 game vs. UCLA (third game of the year) ... missed the 2011 Civil War due to an ankle injury ... his 243 all-purpose yards vs. Louisville in 2010 earned him the Paul Hornung Player of the Week honors ... returned a punt 54-yards for a touchdown at Boise State in 2010, earning College Football Performance Awards Punt Returner of the Week ... Playboy Preseason All-American in 2011 ... NationalChamps.net First Team Preseason All-American and Athlon Sports Preseason Third Team All-American in 2010 ... Rivals.com ranked Rodgers the fifth-best receiver in the nation in its 2010 preseason rankings ... earned Pac-10 Conference First Team as a wide receiver in 2009 ... named first team All-Pac-10 by Phil Steele in 2009 ... became the fifth OSU player to compile a 1,000-yard receiving season and the ninth 1,000-yard season overall in 2009 ... set the OSU single season record for all-purpose yards with 2,328 in 2009 ... named Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Week after his 10-catch, 114-yard, 1 TD performance at Arizona State in 2009 ... scored on the 2009 season's first offensive play, a 87-yard pass against Portland State - the sixth-longest passing play in OSU history ... earned All-Pac-10 First Team as a kick returner in 2008 ... accumulated 1,833 all-purpose yards in 2008 - third-most in OSU history ... Pac-10 co-Special Teams Player of the Week after accounting for 117 yards in kickoff returns against California in 2008, including a game-tying 86-yard return in the first quarter ... eclipsed the 100-yard rushing mark twice in 2008 with 110 yards at Washington and 102 yards at Arizona ... rushed for a career-best 115 yards in the 2007 Emerald Bowl victory vs. Maryland, 65 of which came in the game-ending 6:24 drive ... scored two touchdowns in the Emerald Bowl, recovering an Yvenson Bernard fumble in the end zone late in the third quarter that proved to be the winning score ... cemented himself in Oregon State lore when he scored the game-winning touchdown on a 25-yard fly sweep at Oregon in double overtime of the 2007 Civil War ... voted as a team co-captain by his peers each of his last two seasons ... older brother of fellow Oregon State great Jacquizz Rodgers ... graduated with a degree in speech communication and a minor in ethnic studies.

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