Carlos Feliciano

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Carlos Feliciano (DL/OL, 6'5"-290lbs, 5.0 forty) from Elizabeth High School (Elizabeth, NJ) is one of the best line prospects in New Jersey. His quickness and athleticism will have college coaches wondering whether to play him on the offensive or defensive line.

Who has offered him?

Currently, Feliciano has over 12 verbal scholarship offers from Rutgers, Syracuse, Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, Connecticut, Boston College, Ohio State, Virginia, South Carolina, Pittsburgh, Iowa, and West Virginia.

Who are his favorites?

He stated his favorites, in order, as Maryland, Virginia, Ohio State, Boston College, Pittsburgh, South Carolina , and Rutgers

What are his feelings on ?

- Great school, nice campus
- wants him to play defense
- makes him feel very "wanted."
- close to home

- visited the campus in September and liked it.
- likes the academic reputation
- they have been recruiting him for a long time and has had some very good conversations with their head coach

Ohio State
- national champions
- great program with a great tradition
- really looking forward to visiting the campus

Boston College
- Has a good tradition of producing good linemen.
- It is located in a city-like area, which is similar to his current neighborhood
- Close to home

- Great city location
- has been recruiting him for a while

What are your feelings on Rutgers?

- One of his best friends has just committed to Rutgers, Keith Taylor, and it has effected his feelings on the school.
- Has visited the campus a number of times and really likes it.
- Was the first school to offer him a scholarship in January, while most schools offered in April or May.
- If they win 4 or 5 games, he will make them one of his five visits
- The commitment of Mike Teel has also impacted his feelings on the school

Will you make an early decision?

Previously, he wanted to make a late decision. However, he has changed his mind and would like to make a commitment in November or December.

He also stated; if two schools are equal, he will choose the school that is the closest to home. He went on to say that distance will only play a factor with two equal schools but in no other way.

Donald "Big Dog" Forbes:
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