The Week That Was's "The Week That Was" feature is designed to give readers a quick-read format to catch up on the major happenings from the last seven days. This is installment features yet another verbal commitment and the start of camp.

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On the Gridiron
  • Scholarship freshman arrivals are now complete with the second series of summer classes beginning today.

  • The team has one more month in the offseason conditioning program before starting training camp.

  • BCS commissioners reached a consensus during meetings to begin a seeded four-team playoff based on a selection committee. The proposal now goes to school presidents for approval.

In Recruiting
  • Rutgers kept its recruiting momentum going in a big way when Stroudsburg (Pa.) defensive lineman Sebastian Joseph verbally committed. Joseph committed while on an unofficial visit with his family and picked Rutgers over offers from Temple, Maryland, Akron and Connecticut.

  • Rutgers began its full camp last night and it runs through Wednesday. Many prospects and committed players are on campus, including University School (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.) linebackers Skai Moore and Nick Internicole and Timber Creek (Erial, N.J.) athlete Myles Nash.

  • For the latest news and analysis on Rutgers camp, follow the live thread on the message boards.

  • Rutgers had its passing camp Saturday afternoon with 83 teams showing up to participate. With an emphasis on instruction, Eastern Christian (Elkton, Md.) took home a victory during the 7-on-7 drill period.

  • Don Bosco Prep (Ramsey, N.J.) defensive end Alquadin Muhammad visited Rutgers Saturday with his Pop Warner coach and told he left with a positive impression of the trip.

  • Holy Trinity (Hicksville, N.Y.) quarterback Chris Laviano returned to campus Saturday for an unofficial visit and will be back tomorrow for camp.

  • St. Joseph's (Montvale, N.J.) wide receiver Ricky Jeune named Rutgers, Boston College and Purdue as the schools recruiting him hardest. He hopes to decide by the end of the summer.

  • Cedar Creek prospect Damon Mitchell hopes for a chance at quarterback in college and believes he impressed the Rutgers staff during passing camp. Mitchell told he is looking at official visits to Rutgers, Iowa and Wisconsin.

  • Lake Mary (Fla.) tight end Taylor Marini took an overnight visit to Rutgers this week and is nearing a decision.

On the Hardwood
  • The Jersey Shore Basketball League tipped off Thursday night and will run through the month of July. The league features the majority of the Rutgers basketball team, along with former star Jonathan Mitchell. Unlike last season, Rutgers players are split to two players per team instead of stacked together.

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