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Jeff Hafley to Tampa; Frank Cignetti to St. Louis

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So says Alex Marvez from Fox Sports. Angelichio and Fraser are going too, but those were already confirmed. Replacing Jeff Hafley as a recruiter will obviously be difficult, but far from impossible. He was a good North Jersey recruiter, but a tad overrated, in that a lot of his success came after Joe Susan left Rutgers, and Schiano never bothered to add another NJ recruiter to the staff. Cignetti was a great offensive coordinator for Rutgers, and Greg Schiano owes him a lot of credit for basically saving his career after the Kirk Ciarrocca hire almost destroyed it. Cignetti was rumored to join Tampa, but now will go his own way with St. Louis. What's interesting is that Schiano is reportedly looking at Bill Lazor from UVA now as QB coach. Lazor, of course, worked with Mike Teel in Seattle, and would have been a great fit as Rutgers OC last year had Cignetti not been available. He was such an obvious fit on paper that it's no surprise that Schiano is now interested. Also, there was a report that GS offered the Tampa DC job to Dan Quinn from Florida, who turned it down. Quinn actually worked with Kyle Flood at Hofstra, but is unlikely to come to Rutgers if he is turning down the NFL.

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