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On the Gridiron
  • Rutgers competed in its first of three spring scrimmages Saturday with both sides of the ball making big plays and mistakes. The team scored four touchdowns and forced three turnovers in a three-hour scrimmage.

  • Offensively, quarterback Chas Dodd statistically outshined Gary Nova, throwing for 176 yards and two touchdowns.

  • Running backs Savon Huggins and Jawan Jamison evenly split rushing attempts and combined for 185 total yards and three touchdowns on 42 touches.

  • Jamison (undisclosed) and offensive lineman Betim Bujari (ankle) left the scrimmage with injuries.

  • In his first time kicking at High Point Solutions Stadium, freshman Kyle Federico drilled made four of five field goals. Federico had a long of 39 yards, with his lone miss coming on a block by Brandon Jones.

  • Jones and sophomore safety Lorenzo Waters stood out defensively, combining for two interceptions, a touchdown, a fumble recovery and blocked field goal.

In Recruiting
  • St. Peters Prep (Jersey City, N.J.) cornerback Tre Bell verbally committed to Florida.

  • Immaculata (Somerville, N.J.) defensive end Tashawn Bower highlighted the visitor list for Saturday's scrimmage. Bower has been at two Rutgers practices this spring and has the Scarlet Knights on his trimmed list.

  • Other visitors to this week's practices included Bell, four-star linebacker Marcus Newby, Dayton (Springfield N.J.) defensive-back commit Anthony Cioffi, Bergen Catholic (Oradell, N.J.) wide receiver John Tsimis and Eastern Christian (Elkton, Md.) athlete Daikiel Shorts.

  • Red Bank Catholic (Red Bank, N.J.) defensive tackle Josh Klecko earned a Rutgers verbal offer while visiting practice. Klecko holds other offers from Massachusetts and Temple, but named Rutgers his leader.

  • Newby, who received an Oklahoma offer this week, told that Rutgers would likely make his final list trimming before a summer decision.

  • Incoming freshman visitors this week including quarterback Blake Rankin, wide receiver Carlton Agudosi, offensive lineman Ryan Brodie and cornerback Davon Jacobs.

  • Rutgers issued out of state offers to American Heritage (Plantation, Fla.) safety Bryant Gross and Pierce (Los Angeles) JuCo defensive tackle Marquel Combs and Lake Mary (Fla.) tight end Taylor Marini.

On the Hardwood
  • South Plains College G/F Tymell Murphy will visit Rutgers late next week, but does not yet hold an offer. The JuCo swingman will decide soon after his visit, he said.

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