The safety has more than 15 verbal offers and sees no reason to attempt to further improve his recruiting stock.
"I'm not really looking to visit anybody else [this summer]," Queiro said. "After the season I'll take all my visits because I want to take my time. I was talking with my father and we don't want to make a quick decision or rush anything."
His only visit comes tomorrow when he makes the short trip to Rutgers with a handful of teammates. Queiro's primary reasons for his visit, however, are to spend time with the coaching staff and support his younger brother, who continues to make a name for himself as a 2014 prospect.
""I've been there a few times, so I know the coaches and a lot of the players are obviously from Jersey, so I'm really going to hang out with my brother (Cameron Queiro) and [Rutgers commit] John Tsimis as well,"
Queiro and Tsimis helped get Bergen Catholic to the state championship game as juniors and built a strong bond as teammates.
"I was actually shocked when he committed, but that's great for him," Queiro said. "It doesn't really sway my opinion either way, but I'm really happy for him."
He expects Tsimis to be a solid wide receiver for Rutgers and would enjoy facing off against him in practices as a safety if he ends up playing for the Scarlet Knights.
"He's the kind of guy where you know you're going to get his full effort every single play," Queiro said. "He may not be the biggest guy or the fastest, but you know that every single play he's going to out-work the other team. He's going to work out for them."
Queiro has no leaders, but continues to hear the most from Rutgers, where his father went to school.
"They're pretty much all over Bergen Catholic a lot," he said. "With John being here and we obviously have some good underclassmen like my brother and Garrett [Dickerson]. They come to see us a lot. I have a lot of contact with them."