Aaron Rodgers: Green Bay Packers Star Wasn’t Always on Top

February 11, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

He is the Super Bowl MVP. 
He went to Disneyworld. 
He is no longer in the shadow of Brett Farve.
But for Aaron Rogers, it was a long, and sometimes uncertain, climb to the pinnacle of sports glory. 
As a 5’ 10” 165 lb. high school quarterback, Rogers did not generate much interest from America's elite college football programs.
In fact, he had only one D-1 offer, and that was as a walk-on at Illinois.
But  Rogers was determined, focused, and willing to do whatever he could to achieve his dream.
Rogers decided to attend community college in his hometown of Chico, CA, where he continued to work on his game and his academics.
His dream of a chance at D-1 football remained a driving force in his life.
With his D1 dreams starting to fade, Rodgers enrolled with CSA Prepstar, a company that helps student athletes receive the exposure they need to get recruited at the college level.
CSA Prepstar helped buil...

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