Five new offers came out from coach Kyle Flood to Saturday Rutgers visitors. The first went out to Trinity Pawling (N.Y.) Prep athlete Hergy Mayala. It was his first offer, and can be read about HERE.
Trinity Pawling teammate Austrian Robinson also added a Rutgers offer during the visit. He discussed the offer HERE.
Washington (D.C.) Gonzaga cornerback Samuel Morrison left Rutgers with his first scholarship offer. He spoke first about it HERE and called it one of the best days of his life.
New Rochelle (N.Y.) defensive end Qaadir Sheppard detailed his offer and visit experience HERE.
Millburn (N.J.) TE/DE Jake Pickard rounds out the Saturday offers issued by Rutgers. Read bout Pickard's visit and offer HERE.
Philadelphia (Pa.) Frankford defensive end Shareef Miller was one of the biggest names on campus. Rutgers was first to offer, and Miller explained why he has "love" for the school HERE.
Haddonfield (N.J.) Paul VI receiver Irvin Charles was another big 2015 name on campus. Read about Charles' visit HERE.
Paramus (N.J.) Catholic receiver Najee Clayton explains how his Rutgers visit changed his perception of the school HERE.
Newark (N.J.) Weequahic safety Al-Kadair Ports remains close to a decision after visiting Rutgers Saturday. He plans to return to campus soon with his mother. HERE is what Ports said bout nearing a decision.
The momentum continues today when Rutgers hosts five-star Manassas (Va.) Stonewall Jackson defensive tackle Tim Settle. Settle will visit alongside Clifton (Va.) Centreville cornerback Charles Tutt, and both previewed the visit HERE.
Wayne (N.J.) DePaul Catholic 2016 running back Kareem Walker returned to Rutgers Saturday. Walker took in his first college basketball game and enjoyed time with the coaching staff. Read about it HERE.
Forestville (Md.) Bishop McNamara cornerback Ashton White de-committed from Virginia Tech and will visit Rutgers March 29. Read about it HERE.
The visit list was extensive, and ScarletReport.com has reactions from everyone of note. Read the reactions HERE. It includes comments from Haddonfield (N.J.) Paul VI safety Alex Toplyn, Ramsey (N.J.) Don Bosco Prep tight end Jake Schulz, Tenafly (N.J.) tight end commit Nakia Griffin, Bosco cornerback Daivon Ellison, Bosco linebacker Anthony Malaguti, Millville (N.J.) athlete Ryquell Armstead, Hopewell Valley (N.J.) linebacker Drew Wiley, Metuchen (N.J.) St. Joseph 2016 tackle Nick Krimin, Toms River (N.J.) South athlete Tymere Berry, Lakewood (N.J.) athlete Chapelle Cook and Mullica Hill (N.J.) Clearview linebacker Sterling Sheffield.
Rutgers basketball lost 70-66 in a failed upset bid against No. 15 Cincinnati. Coach Eddie Jordan remained positive after the loss and explained exactly why he is excited for the future HERE. Rutgers faces South Florida in the first round of the AAC tournament with the winner playing No. 2 seed Louisville the next night.
Sparta (N.J.) Pope John 2015 forward Moustapha Diagne was the star visitor for basketball this weekend. Incoming guard Bishop Daniels and 2015 Ewing (N.J.) guard Trey Lowe also attended the game.