Author Archives: Scarlet Knights Football

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Big Ten Top 50 Football Players for 2015: No. 14, Leonte Carroo, Rutgers Receiver

Leonte Carroo, A first-year starter in 2014, has been ranked no. 14 on the Big Ten Top 50 list. He was named first-team All-Big Ten by nearly everyone – media, Phil Steele, ESPN.com – other than the league coaches, who picked Tony Lippett, Kenny Bell, Stefon Diggs and Devin Funchess as their first- and second-teamers. […]

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Scarlet Knights Football Ranks 12th Nationally in NCAA’s Academic Progress Rate (APR)

Rutgers ranked tied for 12th nationally with a multi-year Academic Progress Rate (APR) score of 980, according to figures released by the NCAA on Wednesday. One year after ranking 10th nationally with an identical four-year APR rate of 980, Rutgers joined Big Ten members Wisconsin (998), Northwestern (992), Michigan (990) and Nebraska (985) as well […]

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Analysis of Trey Sneed, Rutgers Football Commit

Rutgers was able to further improve one of their strongest position groups when Fleming Island (Orange Park, Fla.) running back Trey Sneed committed in April. But let’s take a look at his strengths and weaknesses and find out what his addition means to the Scarlet Knights. Projected collegiate position: Running back Standing 5-10, 195 pounds, […]

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Scarlet Knights Play 2nd Intra-Squad Scrimmage of Spring Camp

Rutgers’ 2nd intrasquad scrimmage is in the books, and it was the defense that stole the show. Kemoko Turay registered three sacks and the defense kept the offense out of the end zone for the first eight series as the Rutgers coaching staff divided the repetitions between quarterbacks Chris Laviano, Hayden Rettig and Giovanni Rescigno. […]

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National DE Recruit Khalid Kareem ‘Pleasantly Surprised’ by Rutgers Trip

Two weeks ago, junior Khalid Kareem and his family planned an Ivy League trip to Harvard and Yale, and figured they stop by Rutgers while in the area. However, their conversations with Rutgers director of recruiting E.J. Barthel leading up to their visit, made Rutgers more of a sight to see than an afterthought. By […]