Tutt Treated Well at Rutgers

Clifton (Va.) Centreville cornerback Charles Tutt had his eyes opened on a visit to Rutgers Monday afternoon. Tutt detailed his unofficial visit with ScarletReport.com, including what needs to happen for him to receive an offer from coach Kyle Flood.

Clifton (Va.) Centreville cornerback Charles Tutt enjoyed his first Rutgers visit, and could be back in June with hopes of earning a scholarship offer.

Tutt got a behind the scenes look at Rutgers, alongside five-star defensive tackle Tim Settle, and was told to come back in June to work with the coaching staff in a camp setting.

"I thought it was great," Tutt said. "I learned a lot of stuff. I met every single one of the coaches and felt they respected me as a player and a person as well. They said they wanted me to come to their one-day camp so I can get coached by their defensive coaches and get an offer."

Tutt spent time with most of the coaching staff, and met with both head coach Kyle Flood and defensive backs coach Darrell Wilson.

"It was great," he said. "When me and Tim first got there, every single one of them came down to greet us. Usually maybe one or two coaches would come out. But every single coach came down to see us. I thought that was really cool."

The visit ended with a meeting between Flood, Tutt and Settle in the head coach's office.

"They were treating me like one of their own," Tutt said. "Just the way they talked to us about their school and the way they do things, it was cool.

"I think [Flood] was great. He treated us well and told us all about the campus. He talked about where we were in the recruiting process and seemed like a good dude."

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