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Rutgers football recruiting update for the week of 3/22

Ok, back from a week's hiatus. Last week was a little slow, and I was preoccupied with Coach Schiano's press conference.

Uncommitted Players

NJ ATH Devin Fuller holds eighteen offers.

NJ LB Quanzell Lambert isn't ready to decide.

Indiana offered NJ S Brandon Napoleon.

NJ LB Dan Mastromatteo decided not to visit the Midwest.

NJ CB Yuri Wright favors ND and USC. (2nd edit: actually did say USC and not South Carolina, sorry about getting confused..)

Not that early out of state leads mean a thing right now, but MD LB Sam Lebbie has RU as his current favorite.

The NJ/NE Classic is canceled this year. Sigh. Figured something was up with most of the top local players signing up for the Chesapeake Bowl.

NJ DL/LB Kaiwan Lewis is claiming an offer from FSU.

RU verbally offered PA OL Josh Stepoli. PA OL Adam DePietro continues to add offers. PA OL Frank Taylor has no favorites. PA TE Colin Thompson has RU in his top ten. PA OL Chris Muller is visiting PSU. Is PA DE Noah Spence leaning to PSU?

USF leads for FL DB Sam Green. At least RU's getting a mention from FL WR D'Vario Montgomery. FAU offered FL ATH Trey Dudley-Giles.

UNC released '11 PA lineman Delvon Simmons from his LOI.

"As of right now, he does not know where he wants to go," Ward said.

Texas Tech and Southern Cal could be favorites, but Simmons might consider other schools as well, Ward said.

ESPN's affiliate network of recruiting sites is pretty much on death's door with the news that Ohio State site Bucknuts is moving to 24/7 Sports.

New Jersey is pretty good at producing talent, while New York and Massachusetts aren't.

MD OL Mike Madaras committed to Marlyand. A surprisingly good first commit for Randy Edsall. FL OL Jessamen Dunker committed to UF.

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.

Michael BolandCasey Cochran, Brock Dean, A.J. Doyle, Daniel Elie, Brian Gaia, Kalief JoynerRaymond Korang, Michael Mooney, Da'Quan Smith, Nate Smith (2), Max Ward, Camren Williams (2, 3), Wayne Williams, and De'Jon Wilson.