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Name: Rogan Wells 
College: Valdosta State     Number: 11
Height: 6-2   Weight: 210
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2021

40 Low: 4.73
   40 Time: 4.83
  40 High: 4.94
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 Data Scout Notes: **2019: AFCA-1st/OPOYC/1stC...P1stC...AP 2nd team All-American, D2CCA 2nd team All-American, Gulf South OFF POY, 1st team All-Gulf South w/209-364-3075-38-4-57.4 pass, 136-732-5.4-11 rush in 14 gms in '18. 121-217-1405-12-3-55.7 pass, 116-492-4.2-8 rush in 9 gms in '17. Redshirted in '16.

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  The Gulf South Conference will postpone competition in basketball, football, soccer, and volleyball until at least January 1. These sports are identified as high contact risk sports by the NCAA and are subject to significant testing requirements for all student-athletes and "inner bubble" personnel. All practice, strength and conditioning, team meetings, and other countable athletic related activities (CARA) shall be subject to NCAA rules, NCAA health and safety requirements, and institutional discretion. In the sports of football, soccer, and volleyball, the conference will evaluate options for spring competition that provide meaningful competition for these student-athletes. A spring season may not feature the use of traditional formats for regular season play or tournaments. - Gulf South Football

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  2019 AFCA DIVISION II COACHES' FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICAN: QB Rogan Wells, R-Jr., Valdosta St. (Ga.),...The Fort Mill, S.C., native, is 28-3 all-time as a starting quarterback for the Blazers as he went 10-1 this season and helped VSU to a 25-game winning streak dating back to 2017. Wells was the Harlon Hill runner-up a season ago and was named Most Valuable Player for the D2 National Championship as the Blazers won a 49-47 thriller over Ferris State last December. This season, Wells has continued his onslaught of the school and Gulf South Conference record books as he is eighth all-time in school history in rushing yards (1,932), fifth in rushing touchdowns (25), sixth in career completions (543), third in passing touchdowns (69) and second all-time in school history in total offense with 9,062 yards. He is tied for eighth all-time in GSC history in passing touchdowns and ninth in total offense, while his 88.5 completion percentage this season at Albany State is tenth all-time in GSC history and his 71.7 completion percentage for the season (213 of 297) is good for fourth in the GSC currently, while it is fourth nationally for 2019. - Valdosta State Football

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  2019 ALL-GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM (COACHES): QB Rogan Wells, Valdosta State, Jr., Fort Mill, S.C.,...Also earning his second-straight first team all-conference selection, Wells is fourth nationally in completion percentage this season at a .717 clip, while ranking 13th nationally in passing efficiency at 163.2, 23rd in completions per game at 19.00 and 17th in yards per pass attempt at 8.74 to lead the conference in each category. He is third in the league in passing yards (2,315) for 41st nationally, while ranking second in the conference in passing yards per game at a 231.5 clip for 33rd nationally.

Wells is second in the league and 38th nationally in points responsible for with 144. He is third in the league in rushing yards (680) and third in rushing yards per game (68.0). Wells is ninth nationally and leads the conference in total offense at 299.5 yards per game. He is 190 of 265 passing with 17 touchdowns and four interceptions on the year, while recording 80 carries for 680 yards and six touchdowns. - Valdosta State Football


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  2019 GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR (COACHES): Rogan Wells, Valdosta State,...Wells, the Blazers' redshirt junior quarterback, led them to an undefeated regular season and a second straight GSC Championship. He's thrown for 2,315 yards and 17 touchdowns, and he has a league-leading passer rating of 163.2. Wells also leads the GSC with a 71.2% completion percentage and is third in rushing with 680 yards. The 2018 Harlon Hill Trophy finalist has now been named GSC Offensive Player of the Year twice in his career. He is only the eighth player in league history to win the award back-to-back years. - Gulf South Conference Football

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  Valdosta State and West Florida have qualified for the NCAA Division II Football Championship. Valdosta State earned its eighth GSC Football Championship this season, finishing the year undefeated. The Blazers' 25-game winning streak that extends back to 2017 is the longest in league history. This is the second straight year that the defending national champions are the top seed in Super Region 2. This is the fifth time in six years that VSU has advanced to the national postseason. Valdosta State has the fourth ranked total offense in the country, averaging 532.3 yards per game. Last year's Harlon Hill Trophy runner-up Rogan Wells had another remarkable year under center for the Blazers and will once again lead the playoff push. He ranks fourth in the country in completion percentage (71.7) and ninth in total offense (299.5 yards per game). As the top seed, Valdosta State has earned a bye, and will face the winner of the Wingate/West Florida matchup. The Argos will travel to Wingate and face the Bulldogs on Saturday, November 23. UWF also faced Wingate in the first round back in 2017, winning the contest 31-0. - Gulf South Football

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  NOV 11 GULF SOUTH OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Rogan Wells, Valdosta State, Passing Yards: 350, Rushing Yards: 63, Touchdowns: 1,...Notes: Wells had an impressive game as the Blazers broke the GSC record for consecutive wins with their 24th victory since 2017 in a thrilling 26-21 win over #20 West Florida. The win also gave the Blazers at least a share of their eighth GSC Championship. This is the ninth time in his career that he has won this award, tying him for second most in league history. Ed Lett (JSU) won it 10 times from 1980-82, and Scott Eyster (DSU) won it nine times from 2003-06. OTHER PLAYERS NOMINATED, Offensive Player: Jack McDaniels (UWA), Breck Ruddick (DSU), Tupac Lanier (SU). - Gulf South Conference Football

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  SEPT 23/WEEK 3 GULF SOUTH OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Rogan Wells, Valdosta State,...Passing Yards: 226, Rushing Yards: 83, Total Touchdowns: 4, Interceptions: 0,...Wells went 22-for-29 for 226 yards and a pair of touchdowns in the win over #20 West Alabama. Additionally, he ran for 83 yards and a TD, and he also caught a pass in the endzone for four total scores. This is the second time he's won this award this year and the eighth award of his career. He is only the third player in league history to be named the GSC Offensive Player of the Week at least eight times. Ed Lett (JSU) won it 10 times from 1980-82, and Scott Eyster (DSU) won it nine times from 2003-06. - Gulf South Football

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  SEPT 9/WEEK 1 GULF SOUTH OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Rogan Wells, Valdosta State,...Passing Yards: 215, Rushing Yards: 50, Completion %: 88.5, Touchdowns: 2, Interceptions: 0,...Wells takes home the seventh GSC Player of the Week honor of his career. He was 23-for-26 for 215 yards and a pair of touchdowns. He also ran the ball five times for 50 yards. He engineered two 90-plus yard drives, including a 97-yard drive on the game's first possession. - Gulf South Football

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  2019 PRESEASON GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM: QB Rogan Wells, Valdosta State, Jr.,...Wells finished second nationally in passing touchdowns with 38, while leading the nation in points responsible for (300), 12thin passing efficiency (160.6) to lead the league and 25thnationally in total offense at 271.9 yards per game to lead the GSC.

His 3,075 passing yards ranked tenth nationally and first in the conference, while he finished second in the league in rushing touchdowns with 11 for 31stnationally and had 12 total touchdowns for 45thnationally and second in the conference. - Valdosta State Football


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  The Gulf South Conference football coaches have unanimously selected the Valdosta State Blazers as the conference favorite in the 2019 preseason poll. The defending NCAA Champions return an array of offensive talent from a potent 2018 team. Last year, the Blazers set GSC records for offensive yards and points in a season, solidifying their place as the best offense in league history.

Starting quarterback Rogan Wells will be back for VSU, and so will the running back combination of Jamar Thompkins and Seth McGill, their top four receivers, including First Team All-GSC selection Lio’undre Gallimore, and all-purpose playmaker Ivory Durham. Wells was the GSC Offensive Player of the Year in 2018 and the Harlon Hill Trophy runner-up. His runner-up finish was the best showing for a GSC player since A.J. Milwee (UNA) in 2008. - Gulf South Football


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