A day after committing to the Scarlet Knights during the spring game, Bloomsburg (Pa.) High's Blake Rankin performed Sunday during the Nike camp and left with quarterback MVP honors.
"I feel relaxed after (Saturday)," Rankin said. "It is nice to have a decision and now I can just focus on other things.
"It feels really good," Longa said. "It shows all the hard work is paying off, and I'm not lifting and running for no reason. I am happy. There's a lot of great players around, so I feel like I accomplished something."
Several emerging class of 2013 players took home hardware as Red Lion Christian (Bear, Del.) standout Khaliel Rodgers narrowly beat out Long Branch (N.J.) High's Ryan Brodie for offensive line MVP honors and St. Peter's Prep's (Jersey City ,N.J.) Tre Bell was named the defensive backs MVP.
"It means a lot," said Bell, who attended the Rutgers spring game the day before. "It shows a lot of hard work paying off. It only just makes me want to work harder and stay in the weight room."
Eli Ankou of St. Peter High (Orleans, Ont.) garnered defensive line MVP honors, 6-foot-2, 180-pound Anthony Sweet of Pennsauken (N.J.) High was the MVP at wide receiver and running back Javon White of Souderton (Pa.) High had the highest SPARQ rating at 108.78.