New Jersey loves Rutgers football, but there may be no deeper stronghold for the program than in the Raritan Valley towns located in Middlesex County and Somerset County. If there's a upper-level FBS prospect from the Greater Middlesex Conference, something is seriously out of whack if a GMC prospect does not land at Rutgers, or even is not an ironclad lock to Rutgers. Sayreville is no exception, and there are few municipalities with deeper ties to Scarlet Knight football. Dave Milewski and Daryl Stephenson signed with Rutgers in the preceding two classes, and now Rutgers has made it three-for-three with the commitment of Daryl's younger brother Delon. Delon Stephenson's talent isn't in question. He's a solid prospect, but his offer list is suffering due to academic concerns. Some fans are wondering now where this leaves the state of the team's DB recruiting, with 4-5 really good prospects still on the board. Well, some will probably grow into LBs if they sign, or possibly play other positions. Stephenson will be a good player if he makes it, and if he doesn't, RU will just use the scholarship for someone else. Don't really see the downside here, although it's going to be difficult watching one or two good defensive back prospects who want to attend Rutgers left out in the cold this year.