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On the Gridiron

Rutgers begins training camp Aug.1 when players formally report to the Hale Center. Players remain in offseason workout mode for the remainder of July with select players heading to Newport, RI., for American Media Day next week.

Kevin Snyder, Gary Nova, Isaac Holmes and Brandon Coleman will be in Newport alongside head coach Kyle Flood.

With award watch lists formulating, many Rutgers players found themselves among the top projected players at their positions in the county, inclining Jamal Merrell, Kaleb Johnson, Antwan Lowery and Betim Bujari.

In Recruiting

Canisius (Buffalo, N.Y.) running back Qadree Ollison has official visits set to Pittsburgh and Wisconsin before making his college decision Sept. 10.

Alonso High (Tampa, Fla.) running back Ish Witter will decide Aug. 1 between finalists Rutgers, Syracuse and Missouri. Witter has visits set to Rutgers and Syracuse on July 22 and July 25 respectively.

Scottsdale (Az.) JuCo defensive tackle Calvin Heurtelou now has Rutgers on his radar and hopes to visit this summer. He has a Rutgers offer and is originally from New York.

Archbishop Wood (Pa.) 2015 offensive lineman Ryan Bates recently returned from a visit to Virginia and plans to visit Penn State and Rutgers this summer. Bates played this season with incoming Rutgers freshman Nick Arcidiacono.

On the Hardwood

Rutgers coach Eddie Jordan spent the Friday scouting players at the NY2LA Summer Jam in Milwaukee. Jordan focused on the team featuring Linden (N.J.) wing Quadri Moore and Immaculata (Somerville, N.J.) guard Wade Baldwin, reported Evan Daniels.

At the Jersey Shore Basketball League, the majority of the Rutgers contingent made its debut Tuesday night. Seven Rutgers players, alongside former Scarlet Knight Quincy Douby, took the court.

In an offensively charged night, Pittsburgh transfer J.J. Moore led the night with 31 points. Douby scored 30 points and sophomore Logan Kelley scored 23.

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