New York – Jake Rogers

5th Annual POWER SHOWCASE International High School Home Run Derby

Watch Jake’s 5th Annual POWER SHOWCASE Hitting Highlights !

Showcase State: NY

Primary Pos: C
Secondary Pos: 1B
Height: 5’9″
Weight: 190
Bat Hand: Left
Throw Hand: Right
Batting Avg: .360
Arm Strength (MPH): 84
Home Run Hits: 2

High School Coach: S. Manning

Summer League Coach: Mark Holtzman

Massapequa H.S.
Massapequa, NY 

Grade: 12
Grad: 2011

DOB: 9/5/1993

Hometown: Massapequa, NY

Parent: Philip Rogers
81 Ocean Ave
Massapequa, NY 11758
C: 917-378-6372
W: 212-335-4903


  • 2010 Perfect Game National Showcase (Tampa, FL)
  • Area Code Tryouts (Trenton, NJ)
  • Selectfest – NJ
My name is Ed Lovelace and I train many young men, developmental athletes and professionals to increase their speed for their respective sports. I have been working with Jake for 2 years now and have grown to know him both as an athlete and a young man. Jake is a baseball player who, for years, has dedicated himself to training for and playing baseball. He devotes an incredible amount of time each week to his strength, speed and baseball skills training. He has played for various travel teams over the years and has participated in many tournaments and showcases throughout the Southeast. Notably, he was selected for the Perfect Game 2010 National Showcase in Tampa, Florida, Area Code tryouts in Trenton, New Jersey and Selectfest in New Jersey.Jake came to me because he wanted to increase his speed. When we first began to work together his 60 yard time was over 8.0. At the Perfect Game Nationals in Tampa he ran a 7.2. This was accomplished through hard work and determination. Jake works out with accomplished athletes at all levels and I often select him to work with my new athletes. Jake’s strong work ethic and drive to succeed make him a great young man to coach and mentor. 

Besides his athletic accomplishments, he has a multitude of winning traits. He is a leader on and off the field and is a scholar athlete. He is extremely mature and carries himself more like a college senior than a high school senior. – Ed Lovelace