Rogers Gaines – Baltimore Ravens #64

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Rogers Gaines of White House High School was signed as an undrafted free agent with the Baltimore Ravens of the National Football League. He has been assigned #64 as he attempts to make an NFL roster. See his full bio here.

Ravens Rookie Profiles

Rogers Gaines signed with the Ravens as a rookie free agent on 5/3/13…Played in 30 games (18 starts) during his four-year career along the Tigers’ O-line…Started eight games as a senior in 2012, earning a first-team All-Ohio Valley Conference honors as well as Associated Press first-team and The Sports Network second-team All-American accolades…Gaines did not allow a sack on the season and graded out at 93.6 percent…Was part of an O-line that finished fourth in the OVC in rushing (175.7 ypg)…Helped block for RB Trabis Ward, who rushed for a conference-best 1,422 yards and 15 TDs…Ward set season-highs with 267 rushing yards and 4 TDs in the win at Southeast Missouri…Earned a starting role as a junior in 2011, playing in 11 games (10 starts) along the O-line…Named second-team All-OVC after grading out between 86-90 percent in each contest…Led the Tigers O-line by averaging 6 “pancake” blocks per game…Helped pave the way for Ward, who had a team-high 978 rushing yards and 11 TDs…O-line helped block for an offense that produced 342 rushing yards and 2 TDs in the season-opening win against Southern…Appeared in eight games as a reserve during his sophomore campaign in 2010… Tigers finished second in the OVC averaging 190.0 rushing yards per contest, led by the tandem of Dante Thomas’ (793 rushing yards and 6 TDs) and Preston Brown (760 rushing yards and 6 TDs)…Played in three contests as a redshirt freshman in 2009 after redshirting as a true freshman in 2008…Majored in human performance and sports  science…Prepped at White House (TN) HS, where he was named to both All-Regional and All-State teams…Was a finalist for Mr. Football as a 3A lineman.

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