Rutgers gained significant ground with Union City (N.J.) offensive lineman Steven Gonzalez. Gonzalez, a marquee Saturday visitor, pumped the Scarlet Knights up to third on his list behind Ohio State and Penn State. Read about his visit HERE.
Princeton (N.J.) The Hun School linebacker Chris Sharp landed a Rutgers offer during his visit. He spoke first with Scout.com about the thrilling moment. Read about his visit and offer HERE.
Millville (N.J.) High running back Robert Ennis picked up a Rutgers offer in a meeting Saturday with head coach Kyle Flood. Read about his visit and over HERE.
Rutgers became the second Big Ten offer for Bethlehem (Pa.) Catholic wide receiver Freddie Simmons, who detailed his visit HERE.
Class of 2016 defensive tackle Ulises De Los Santos of Union City (N.J.) was on the receiving end of his first verbal scholarship offer. Read about De Los Santos and his Rutgers offer HERE.
Alabama became the 11th school to offer Barnegat (N.J.) linebacker Manny Bowen. Bowen went to Rutgers for the first time, and you can read about both in an interview with Bowen HERE.
Montvale (N.J.) St. Joseph Regional guard Tommy Hatton called his visit "awesome" HERE.
St. Joe's teammated Joe Giles-Harris is already thinking about his next trip to Rutgers. Read about the 2015 linebacker's visit HERE.
Union City (N.J.) safety Daiquan Kelly lists Pittsburgh as his leader and Rutgers second following his Saturday visit. Read about Kelly's visit HERE.
Sayreville (N.J.) cornerback Myles Hartsfield enjoyed the family aspect of his unofficial visit. Read about it HERE.
Roselle (N.J.) Abraham Clark linebacker Darryn Canady recapped his Rutgers visit HERE.
The underclassman visitor news continues Monday with updates on the rest of the visitors. The list includes Bellemore (N.Y.) Mepham quarterback Tyler Davis, South Brunswick (N.J.) running back Dontae Strickland, Montvale (N.J.) St. Joseph Regional linebacker R.J. Edwards and Union City (N.J.) running back Tamaine Boyd.
Glassboro (N.J.) cornerback Ronnie James and Westwood (N.J.) receiver Nolan Borgersen did not visit, and have each rescheduled visits for later in March.
On the basketball court, it was a big afternoon for the Scarlet Knights. Rutgers erased a 15-point second-half deficit to beat USF 74-73 in the final minute. Junior Kadeem Jack hit the game-winning shot with 11 seconds left in the game. Relive the action HERE.
Rutgers coach Eddie Jordan went immediately from the RAC to see 2014 Point Pleasant Beach guard Matt Farrell. Farrell received a Rutgers offer from Jordan and the staff. He discussed it HERE.
Somerset (N.J.) Rutgers Prep 2015 wing Karl Charles took in the victory on an unofficial visit.