Rutgers hosts its annual Pro Day Wednesday morning with a series of NFL hopefuls set to work out on campus in front of scouts. The Scarlet Knights from the NFL combine will be there, along with many other prospects like Duron Harmon, Scott Vallone and R.J. Dill. Midway through March, spring practice time in Piscataway is fast approaching. Rutgers kicks off spring practice in less than three weeks and it runs until the April 27 spring game.
Gopre committed to Rutgers on an unofficial visit to campus last Monday night and projects as a three-star outside linebacker on FOXSportsNEXT.com.
Hampton committed Thursday evening on a visit with his mother and is also a three-star prospect. He visited campus with teammate Jameel Bailey.
Plant (Tampa, Fla.) offensive lineman Ray Raulerson will visit Rutgers Friday while on his spring break.
Walk-on commit Razohnn Gross out of Don Bosco Prep (Ramsey, N.J.) won a state championship in wrestling in Atlantic City.
The "Catholic Seven" and Big East reached formal terms and announced its planned split at the end of the season. The departing schools will take the Big East name and rights to Madison Square Garden with it.
Rutgers finished the regular season with a 56-51 victory over Seton Hall at the Prudential Center. Myles Mack led the Scarlet Knights with 15 points and five steals, including the decisive one in the final minute.
The win puts Rutgers as the No. 11 seed in the Big East tournament and at 14-15, 5-13 in the final regular-season standings.
On the women's side, the Big East tournament came to an end in Hartford with a second-round loss to South Florida yesterday.