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Former four-star OG reportedly ending his football career for something else @ArRecruitingGuy/Twitter

Former four-star and current Arkansas offensive guard Zach Rogers has reportedly decided to end his football career. He has another year of eligibility left and was projected to become a starter. However, he has decided to end his one career and start another so he can can care for his new wife.

Rogers was a former four-star recruit in the class of 2015 according to ESPN. The 6-foot-1, 309-pound lineman took over for injured center Frank Ragnow before he was injured himself in November. He was expected to become an anchor on the offensive line, but it looks like that won’t happen now.

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