Posted On: 11/10/15 4:00 PM

Relando Rogers comes across as a gentle giant.

At 6-foot-9 and 225 pounds, he’s one of the largest players in Colorado. With his sheer size and, when he’s playing aggressively, he can be an intimidating presence. He displayed that at the West Coast Elite Colorado Camp over the weekend as he owned the paint and earned a spot in the top 20 game to finish off the event.

Off the court, he’s soft spoken and humble. After migrating from the Virgin Islands in March of 2014, Rogers joined the Warriors (formerly Montbello, now called Far Northeast).

“My junior season, coming into the start of the season I wasn’t playing much because I had a concussion,” Rogers said. “I was also dealing with a right knee injury, but I think I finished the season well.”

While the big guy only averaged 3.7 points, 1.6 rebounds, and .8 blocks per game, he started getting in attack mode more and seemed to be more comfortable on the court during the homestretch of the season.

And, on Sunday at the camp, he showed just how far his game has come as he displayed soft hands and a good touch around the basket. He was

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