Charles “Corky” Rogers, IM 70, recently began his 24th year as head football coach at Jacksonville’s Bolles School. And this August, when spring and summer training gives way to official gameplay, he’ll be defending his personal title of Florida’s winningest high school football coach. He’s ranked seventh nationally.
The stats? Last September Rogers hit win no. 400, and he ended the 2011 season with a total of 411.
This will be his 41st season as head coach of a football program. Before joining Bolles in 1989, he coached 17 seasons for Lee High School in Jacksonville, his alma mater.
At Tech, Rogers played as defensive back and wide receiver under the legendary Bobby Dodd.