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2014 Recruiting Needs: Offense

Rutgers is well recruiting the class of 2014 and has one verbal commitment already. Heading into a crucial recruiting month, the spring evaluation period, is here to break down the recruiting needs for Rutgers as it transitions into the Big Ten Conference.

Starting today with the needs on the offensive side of the ball, ranks positional needs from least to most important in the class of 2014. Note: -- With Nick Marsh coming in as a fifth-year senior, Rutgers will need to add another punter in the class of 2014. Rutgers is expected to explore options with scholarship punters, as well as walk-ons. Wide Receiver (2-3) -- Receiver is... Recommended Stories

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