August 6th is decision day for Don Bosco/Edison WR Leonte Carroo. Rutgers fans are already daydreaming of teaming the state's three top receiver prospects this year in Carroo, Carlton Agudosi, and Ruhann Peele. Or perhaps, a package of Bosco's four big prospects this season.
Will NY DB Wayne Morgan stay at home at Rutgers, or consider southern factories like Miami, South Carolina, and Alabama?
'13 NJ WR Charlie Callinan is visiting UNC, but Rutgers is on his mind.
Rutgers beat SEC schools to the punch in offering '13 NJ DL Garrett Sickels.
NJ LB Quanzell Lambert is determined to never tip his hand.
NJ DE/LB Kaiwan Lewis is only talking South Carolina after concluding his tour of the south.
'13 VA QB Ryan Burns is starting to blow up.
Butch Davis admits that the threat of looming NCAA sanctions is hurting UNC's recruiting. Well, that'll happen considering that they benefited from using ineligible players. Cue another round of Tar Heel whining about Savon Huggins.
Greg Schiano has is making friends with hundreds of recruits on Facebook (and the athletic department is monitoring Twitter), while at the same time UConn's fuddy duddy old coaches are intimidated by social media. That story about speaks for itself.
South Carolina assistant G.A. Mangus was arrested Monday following slurred speech and public urination. Well then. Mangus, of course, was responsible for South Carolina's oversigning in New Jersey last year - making him doubly, if not triply unworthy of sympathy. Didn't Queen write a song that would be appropriate right about now? Since this is the offseason of smiting last winter's enemies, FSU's James Coley better look over his shoulder.
JUCO OL Will Latu decommitted from WVU in about four seconds, switching to Auburn. MD DE Charles Tapper committed to Oklahoma. PA TE J.P. Hotlz committed to PSU.
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.
Aaron Ford, Grant Heyman, Khaliel Rodgers, Nate Smith, and Elijah St. Hilaire.