In a somewhat surprising turn of events, former Rutgers decommit WR Ahmed Bah has returned to the program.
Bah, who was originally recruited by the Flood regime, committed to Rutgers on June 5, along with high school teammate and fellow commit Taysir Mack. Interestingly enough, Mack actually flipped his commitment to Indiana today. The three-star recruit took unofficial visits to Rutgers during last year's home games against Michigan State and Ohio State. But soon after Flood's dismissal, Bah announced he was decommitting from the program, and reopened his recruitment.
Since his departure, he received offers from Buffalo and Stony Brook. Apparently, those offers weren't enough to pull him away, and he ultimately decided to recommit to the program. He also held offers from Syracuse, UConn, Coastal Carolina, and others.
At 6-4, 191, Bah has good size and can overmatch one-on-one defenders with his size. He also has great speed when working the sideline, and if he beats a defender, he can gain big chunks of yardage down the sideline. Plus, his size makes him a great red zone weapon who extend and reel in a pass when it matters most.
Check out Bah's film right here:
Welcome to the banks, Ahmed!
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