Posted February 17, 2013 on
ScarletReport.com's "Rutgers Recruiting Blog" has updates on several class of 2014 prospects who received offers recently from the Scarlet Knights.
BEST OF MAXIM
Rutgers lost Eli Carter to a knee injury and did not have enough for a comeback without its leading scorer. The Scarlet Knights lost to last-place DePaul 75-69 today at the Allstate Arena.
Rutgers returns to action tonight after losing Elijah Carter to a fractured fibula in a 75-69 loss to DePaul. The Scarlet Knights are approaching “must win” territory for the rest of the regular season with the chance to break a seven-year postseason drought in jeopardy.
Rutgers added 17 scholarship players on National Signing Day, addressing the majority of its positional needs. The Scarlet Knights signed eight players projected on the offensive side of the ball and ScarletReport.com is here to break down the lot.
Rutgers is in rough shape following a painful Saturday in Chicago. A loss to 14th-place DePaul and Eli Carter's season-ending injury have the Scarlet Knights at a crossroads with the end of the season in sights. Rutgers has not had a meaningful March in nearly a decade and needs to right the snip now to change that.
The Miami Hurricanes got off on the right foot this past weekend as they swept the Rutgers Scarlet Knights.
Rutgers found an offensive spark with Elijah Carter out for the year, but blew a 10-point lead to Villanova in a 71-63 loss at the Pavilion. Myles Mack stepped up again with 24 points for the Scarlet Knights in a losing effort.