Florida 4-star WR Camping at Rutgers?

Ricardo Louis plays quarterback at Miami Beach High, but he is projected as a four-star receiver by Scout.com and being recruited to play that position by a number of schools. Louis spoke to ScarletReport.com about his recruitment, whether he will camp at Rutgers, and the interest the Scarlet Knights are showing him leading up to a visit to his school last week.

Rutgers recruited Ricardo Louis early in the process, faded for a bit, but is now back in the fold and planning a camp visit next month.

Louis, rated a four-star receiver who plays quarterback at Miami Beach High, was visited by the Scarlet Knights' staff last week.

"I did have an interest in them early in the recruiting process, but it faded away a little bit, but I'm still looking at them, and a lot of schools," the 6-foot-2, 210-pound Louis said. "I just stopped having contact with them, and it is starting up again."

The big question is whether or not Rutgers can lure Louis to camp, and it looks like it will happen next month.

"They asked me about going to camp with my coach," he said. "I'm trying to make it happen. I think it will. I'm trying to get to a lot of camps."

Rutgers isn't the only school checking in on Louis.

He also said he has offers from Alabama, Miami, North Carolina, Ohio State, Oregon, South Florida, Tennessee and UCF after throwing for 620 yards and rushing for 320 as a junior.

"I have five schools right now, but I want to keep them (quiet) for a little bit," said Louis, who added he will camp at Miami.

Louis is being recruited by Rutgers receivers coach P.J. Fleck.

"He's a real down-to-earth guy," Louis said. "He said he can get it done, and he's the best receivers coach that anybody could have."

The visit to Rutgers camp would allow Louis to learn more about the Scarlet Knights, and give Rutgers the opportunity to close the gap in knowledge is has with Louis and other schools.

"I do know they turn a lot of players into the NFL," Louis said." I know a couple of things about them, but not as much as other schools."

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