The Philadelphia Inquirer named Myles Jackson as a first-team defense selection. Tyler Kroft also made the team as a punter. It's interesting how he and Daryl Stephenson are supposedly good at that, but RU is taking Anthony DiPaula to replace Dellaganna.
Lots of familiar names are on the Chesapeake Bowl rosters. I am offended that they would dare challenge NJ/NE's supremacy.
Everything's quiet right now with the holiday dead period (meaning there is no recruiting contact), but there was a bit of news over the past week.
NJ RB Savon Huggins will visit Michigan State. He's also playing in ESPN's UA AA game next week (Shuler's in the NBC Army game on the 8th). Things are looking good for now, although you have to be scared about the Mike Farrell kiss of death with him and Nova. Can Farrell really give Hafley all the credit for Nova when Gary himself said Frank Cignetti was his draw at Pittsburgh?
NJ QB Gary Nova is visiting on the 21st. Here's a tamper-riffic interview with Nova from a Miami fan blog. Supposedly Nova has RU and UVA on top? Word is that Golden either wants him or an Iowa verbal named Jake Rudock.
NJ ATH Bill Belton really needs extra time to decide between his three finalists?
Cincinnati, Penn State and West Virginia are the schools he is referring to.
Tanner McEvoy, Sheldon Royster, and possibly Max Issaka have scheduled visits to Michigan.
So NY WR/S Bam Reddish finally talked about his favorites.
Yes, I am rolling my eyes at Reddish believing Syracuse's pitch when Rutgers has five N.Y.C. players on scholarship to SU's four.
Watchlist: This is a section of this site's weekly recruiting posts featuring links to players that Rutgers may or may not be showing interest in, but has not yet offered.