Rutgers LB Sam Bergen says his hamstring is 100%. Rutgers has a clear top four at linebacker with Beauharnais, Greene, and Glaud starting, and Marvin Booker a top reserve. There hasn't been an announcement yet on whether or not Edmond Laryea will get another year (and if he does, he could play fullback.) Younger players like Bergen and Dave Milewski will be vying for playing time on the two-deep with touted incoming freshmen Quentin Gause and Kevin Snyder.
Hey, Ka'Lial Glaud, need some motivation? Rivals.com thinks you are a joke. Picking among a group of hats at a press conference is a solemn, sacred, time-honored tradition. Glaud can never be forgiven for forever defiling the sanctity of recruiting. It's called etiquette, people. Everyone knows you never use a salad fork on the main course. Most certainly, one should never, ever, make a college choice on any other criteria than whether the Auburn booster's check cleared or not.
Anyone else moderately disappointed that there's a DI men's basketball prospect, and he's going to Xavier instead of Rutgers? This is news to interlopers who don't know anything about New Jersey beyond The Sopranos, but the state is as demographically diverse as it gets, and happens to be the center of the Indian diaspora in the United States. I always thought Rutgers would be a big draw if there was ever a DI prospect in football or basketball coming from an Indian background for the that reason. Dave said on Twitter that Fred Hill was recruiting Sim Bhullar for a while, but Google has nothing on that.