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Rutgers football recruiting update for the week of 11/16

Committed Players

TE Tyler Kroft went 6 for 85 and two scores to continue a strong senior season.

LB Andrew Campolattano scored three touchdowns.

It was a down game for ATH Ben Martin.

ATH Chevelle Buie visited Auburn for their Georgia game.

Uncommitted Players

NJ RB Savon Huggins visits Florida on Dec. 10.

Is Rutgers looking at a JUCO center and tackle combo?

2012 NJ LB Quanzell Lambert has four verbal offers including Rutgers.

Did Rutgers offer PA DE/LB Myles Jackson?

"I received an offer from Rutgers last night," Jackson reported on Friday morning.

"I talked to coach (Kirk) Ciarocca on the phone and he let me know. I like them a lot. I’ve been on campus a few times and I’ve always left with a good impression."

NJ QB Tanner McEvoy returned from suspension to throw seven TDs. He'll visit Rutgers, and also of note is that South Carolina is almost out of ships. They want more DBs despite already having five though.

NJ ATH MIles Shuler will visit Stanford.

Pitt leads for PA DL Brandon Clemons, but he's still interested in BC and Rutgers. Is that mutual?

Florida and PSU offered PA OL/DL Delvon Simmons. IMO, Pitt made a mistake in not locking up him and Branden Jackson when they had the chance.

FL OL Kaleb Johnson plans to visit Rutgers among his five officials.

NY DE Ishaq WIlliams isn't looking at Rutgers, but he does have an interesting personal story.

MD OT Donovan Smith has been seen as PSU lock for a while now, but he just visited NC State. Speaking of which, anyone else shocked that PSU took a commit from Anthony Alosi?

So Harvey Araton took some time out of his busy schedule of criticizing Greg Schiano to write about New Jersey parochial schools.

FL DB Alex Dixon verballed to UNC.

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.

Okezie Alozie, Juwan Caesar, Ish MackJoe SarneseNate SmithDelon Stephenson, Kent Taylor, and Charles Wingate.