Posted October 25, 2012 on
Rutgers got a jump on its 2014 recruiting class when a running back from Florida committed to the Scarlet Knights.
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Palmetto (Fla.) running back Josh Hicks is the first member of the Rutgers class of 2014. Hicks has multiple ties to Rutgers and has had the Scarlet Knights as a leader since an early summer visit. Hicks went 1-on-1 with ScarletReport.com about his reasons for picking Rutgers and the timing for his commitment.
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Rutgers basketball coach Mike Rice previews the 2012-13 season. In his third year with the program, Rice discussed his expectations for Rutgers basketball, the on-court debut of Wally Judge and the major improvements made in the offseason.
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Sophomore forward Kadeem Jack's idea of a big year is consistent play in every game. Injured and inconsistent as a redshirt freshman, Jack developed during the offseason into a more reliable performer, he said, and that is something he plans to show when he takes the court for Rutgers this season.
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Rutgers gets a major boost in its frontcourt this season when transfer Wally Judge takes the court. A McDonald's All-American in high school, Judge sat out last season. He went 1-on-1 with ScarletReport.com at media day to discuss his first year in the program and growth under Mike Rice.
Rutgers commits Myles Nash and Sebastian Joseph accepted invitations to play in the Chesapeake Bowl, which could have a heavy Scarlet Knights influence when it is all said and done.
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- With Rutgers climbing to 7-0 on the season and No. 15/18 in the nation, ScarletReport.com spoke 1-on-1 with senior safety Wayne Warren, who is seeing a playing time surge in his senior season as a key member of the defense secondary.
Palmetto (Fla.) High class of 2014 running back Josh Hicks committed to Rutgers, and coach Dave Marino spoke to FOXSportsNEXT about what the Scarlet Knights are getting in the dynamic player.
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Kenneth Kirksey is healthy again, practicing better than at any point of his career and coming off the most extensive playing time in his career and the Rutgers defensive tackle went 1-on-1 with ScarletReport.com to talk about it.
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Playing center is more than snapping the ball and blocking. Much more. And Betim Bujari, the center for No. 15/18 Rutgers, talks about what goes into playing the position, as well as discussing why Rutgers' offensive line is performing well in this 1-on-1 interview with ScarletReport.com.