Joe Rogers and Dillon Elder Join Men’s Hoops Staff

Dillon Elder and Joe Rogers have joined the staff of the Mississippi State men’s basketball team, according to information released by head coach Chris Jans on Thursday. While Rogers takes over as MSU’s Coordinator of Operations, Elder joins the team as State’s Director of Scouting and Analytics. Rogers and Elder both have experience working with the SEC. Both had previously worked as graduate assistants and student managers, respectively, at Texas A&M and Georgia.


In 2021–2022, Elder will join the Bulldogs after serving as Tarleton State’s Director of Operations for a year. He led the program’s video operations and film while also overseeing scheduling, on-campus recruitment, and team travel. Elder spent 2020–21 as a Remote Video Intern with the NBA’s Minnesota Timberwolves prior to his time in Stephenville.

He worked at Texas A&M as a student manager from 2015 to 2018 while an undergraduate, and in 2017–18 he was elevated to head manager. Rogers, on the other hand, studied at Georgia for the previous two years under Tom Crean.


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