Nash, who plays quarterback and receiver, was one of the underclassmen to attend the June barbecue after the Big Man Academy, and is building a relationship with coach Greg Schiano and his recruiting coach, Phil Galiano.
"Rutgers really surprised me," Nash said. "I really do like Rutgers. For them being in state, they already have a jump on the other schools because I really don't want my parents traveling all over the country coming to my games.
"I've been up there more than any other college, and I like everything. I like their facilities. Everything is nice; their stadium, their fans. I just want to see how they compete this year. Last year they had a little bit of an off year, but I like Rutgers a lot. Coach Schiano, coach Galiano, they seem nice and I like what they do with their players."
And while Nash enjoyed many of the camps, his experience in Gainesville, Fla., stood out.
"That was definitely my best one," he said. "I've always been a UF fan growing up, Chris Leak and all those guys. Going in, I already had high expectations, and once I got in the stadium and got my feet wet and played around a little bit, it was like a dream come true. I never thought I would be there.
"It was like, ‘Wow, this is amazing.' The coaches were nice and told me I was doing well. I liked that."
Nash said it is too early in the process to tell where schools are recruiting him to play, but he performed well at the Penn State as a quarterback and has the athleticism and size coveted by many teams to play receiver.
A decision will be made in Timber Creek High's training camp whether he will play quarterback or receiver since quarterback Calvin Lowe, a class of 2012 prospect, returns after completing 57 percent of his passes and rushing for 350 yards last season.
"I'm mainly going (to camps) as a quarterback, but if the coaches are like, ‘All right, I want to see you as a receiver,' I'll switch it up," Nash said. "I'll do it both. It doesn't matter to me, but my main focus is quarterback."
But where would Nash prefer to play in college?
"Honestly, if I had to choose one, I would definitely choose quarterback," he said. "But I'll do whatever is best for the team. If I had to play receiver, that's fine. I love football. I'll play any position."