There are a lot of rumors right now floating around regarding the Rutgers coaching staff (like Ron Prince interviewing for the RB coach job with the Saints), but it is always important to wait before things are fully finalized. One case in point is the Wilson hire; a week ago it was being reported that GA Anthony Campanile was being promoted to DB coach, and now comes word that Wilson (who spent 1999 on Terry Shea's staff before leaving for Wisconsin and then Iowa) is returning to Rutgers.
Wilson, the former head coach at Wilson High in Camden, has a reputation as a top South Jersey recruiter. With Rutgers beating him a bit in recent years, he's had some success moving into Maryland; with Rutgers to sell instead of Iowa though, Rutgers should be doing a great job with prospects from the likes of Winslow and Timber Creek. This hire should help recruiting significantly, and credit has to go to Kyle Flood and the athletic department for making it happen. This helps Rutgers, and not only weakens a future league opponent, but also helps stem the flow of good prospects out of state even further.
So if Wilson's coming, what happens to Campanile? There is a lot of value in making him a full assistant with the idea that he could be a good North/Central Jersey recruiter, as opposed to the current committee approach there.
One other note: Devin Fitzsimmons doesn't seem to be listed as a GA anymore on scarletknights.com for what that's worth.