PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Freshman Sebastian Joseph got an early taste of action before injuries brought an end to his on-field time in 2013. Now working in bowl practice, the raw defensive tackle spoke with ScarletReport.com about getting ready for spring and pushing forward to earn a spot on the two-deep.
Like many freshman, Rutgers defensive tackle Sebastian Joseph needs to improve his technique and put on weight before getting his chance at a starting job.
Rutgers made a bowl game by beating South Florida, which gives Joseph an extra two weeks to get to where he needs to be this spring. Speaking after the final developmental practice before the New Era Pinstripe Bowl, Joseph broke down his first semester at Rutgers with ScarletReport.com.