Wiafe said he spoke with Rutgers defensive line coach Jim Panagos on Sunday night, and it was full of positives.
"It went well," said Wiafe, who is 6-foot-4, 250 pounds. "I should be getting an offer. I just talked to coach Panagos. He said he like a lot of (the performance) and is still evaluating tape, but most likely he said I'm going to get an offer."
He is also hopeful of camping at Temple, Maryland, Pittsburgh and Syracuse, with the plan being to showcase his skills to schools which didn't have a chance t o see him play during an abbreviated junior season. Wiafe was limited to a handful of games, and much of his film is on offense
However, at the Rutgers camp, Wiafe was impressive.
"It was a blast," he said. "The tempo (was fast), it's a great coaching staff and it is an awesome field. It's really impressive."
He also hit it off with Panagos, who actually recruited South Jersey when he was an assistant coach at Central Florida and got to know Wiafe. But camping with the Scarlet Knights gave Wiafe the opportunity to be coached by Panagos.
"He preached violent hands," Wiafe said. "He is everything you look for in a coach. He's a high-tempo guys and he really makes you get a lot of solid reps."