All members of the scholarship roster, the four are expected to seek transfer for various reason.
Larrow, who was suspended following a domestic violence arrest last season, left the program May 6. New Brunswick police arrested Larrow again last night for allegedly punching his girlfriend. The arrest happened after his removal from the Rutgers football program.
With punter Nick Marsh transferring from Colorado, DiPaula transferred out after struggling in the role this spring. Vicioso and McBride both gave significant ground on the depth chart to younger linemen before deciding to transfer.
Rutgers also welcomes four more true freshmen, who join the program after high school graduation.
Bergen Catholic (Oradell, N.J.) receiver John Tsimis, Lake Mary (Fla.) tight end Taylor Marini, University School (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.) defensive end Nick Internicola and American Heritage (Plantation, Fla.) safety Bryant Gross-Armiento are set to enroll and begin classes Tuesday.
The four enrollees join five that came in the spring, leaving 13 others targeted for June arrivals.