Carroo Preps for Huskers on Heels of Big Game

PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Leonte Carroo continues to leave his mark upon the Big Ten with his 100-yard day against Ohio State. Though the 39-point loss is what will be remembered, the star Rutgers receiver impressed with perhaps his most athletic catch to date. Carroo discussed his catch, and the need to move forward to Nebraska in a Wednesday post-practice conversation with

Leonte Carroo is not intimidated by the big names and big crowds of the Big Ten conference. Carroo got used to the spotlight quickly as a national champion in high school and impact player for New Jersey's top college football team.

On his largest stage to date in 2014, Carroo has 648 yards to lead Rutgers from scrimmage. He's on pace to be the first 1,000-yard receiver at Rutgers since Mohamed Sanu, and his five touchdowns are second behind Paul James for the top spot in Piscataway.

Carroo's latest shining moment came against Ohio State as time expired in the third quarter. Carroo leapt over his defender and muscled an under thrown ball out of the hands of a cornerback for a 40-yard reception -- the longest play from scrimmage for Rutgers.

Carroo described his big catch after Wednesday's practice and looked ahead to Nebraska.

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