“It’s a school I really, really like,” Pascall said. “I feel comfortable there, and with them going to the Big Ten, that’s huge. That makes me really like them.”
Pascall camped at Rutgers in the summer, but has more to show the coaching staff before an offer can come.
“They want me to be more physical as a corner,” Pascall said. “They want me to show more aggression out there. They want to see a lot of tackles out of me my senior year.”
Rutgers gave Pascall and Harmon a tour of the Rutgers facilities before Friday’s practice and invited him to return next week when the Big Ten Network visits campus. Pascall also spent time with defensive backs coach Darrell Wilson, who is also his recruiter.
“What stood out to me is that the coaches were very personable,” Pascall said. “They seemed like they really wanted to help me get to the next level.
“I really like the school. I’ve been up there a few times, and every time I come up there they just make me feel like I’m at home.”
Pascall was one of the senior standouts for the Next Level Greats – a South Jersey 7-on-7 team. Playing alongside rising seniors like Irvin Charles and Alex Hornibrook, Pascall qualified for the national tournaments played in Florida.
“If I can compete against some of the best athletes in the nation and be successful, then I can definitely handle it at the next level,” he said. “I’m confident in myself.”